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Although it is too early to predict the way Hezbollah might avenge the killing of its field commander Mohammad Issa, Jihad Mughniyeh and four other fighters, the former minister, who is close to the party, said any decision by the group to retaliate would have to be coordinated with Iran.The six Hezbollah fighters were killed Sunday when an Israeli helicopter attacked a Hezbollah convoy in the Syrian town of Qunaitra. Asked if the Israeli raid would leave any impact on the internal political situation in Lebanon, the ex-minister said the ongoing dialogue between Hezbollah and the Future Movement would not stop, even though it would "remain in the framework of internal generalities without touching on strategic issues".He added that the big hopes pinned on the Future-Hezbollah talks were losing momentum, as attention shifted to how Hezbollah might react to the Israeli strike in the Golan Heights.
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