A picture of Hezbollah commander Mohammad Issa is set atop a car in Arab Salim, Monday, Jan. 19, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Abu Issa hailed from a family of martyrs, residents of Arab Salim told The Daily Star.The son of a Lebanese mother and Syrian father, Abu Issa was described by those who knew him as determined and brave.At the age of 14 Abu Issa joined the resistance.Hezbollah also mourned the deaths of Mohammed Ali Hasan Abu al-Hasan, 29, from Ain Qana, Ghazi Ali Dawi, 26, who hails from Khiam and is married with one child, and Ali Hasan Ibrahim, 21, from Yohmour Shqif, who joined the resistance when he was 15 .Abbas Hijazi played an important role during the 2006 War, and during battles between Hezbollah, the Syrian regime and Syrian rebel factions in Qusair and Yabroud last year.The family accepted condolences for both deaths at the Imam Mahdi Complex and the family home.A cousin said Hijazi's martyrdom was one many Hezbollah supporters would willingly replicate.
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