Hezbollah supporters carry the coffins of a father and son, wrapped in a Hezbollah flag, during their funeral procession in the southern town of Ghazieh, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
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One of the five Hezbollah members being tried in absentia over the 2005 murder of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was the target behind a Jan. 18 Israeli airstrike in Syria's Golan Heights, The New York Times said Tuesday.According to a report authored by Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman, Hezbollah operative Mustafa Amine Badreddine was supposed to be in the convoy that was targeted in an Israeli airstrike that killed six Hezbollah members and an Iranian general. Prosecutors in the Hariri trial accuse Badreddine of being the mastermind of a 5-man cell alleged to have been behind the Feb. 14, 2005 attack that killed Hariri and 21 others in Downtown Beirut.
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