A post run by Nusra Front in the Syrian border town of Aasal al-Ward two days after it was captured by Hezbollah.
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The Future bloc Tuesday slammed Hezbollah over its offensive against rebel groups in Syria's western Qalamoun region, insisting the Lebanese Army alone is responsible for protecting the country's borders.At the same time, battles continued Tuesday in Qalamoun between Hezbollah and the Syrian army on one side and the Nusra Front and allied Syrian rebels on the other.The most recent positions captured by the Syrian army and its Lebanese allies in the Qalamoun region will prevent militants from launching attacks at the Bekaa Valley, Al-Manar said.Some groups, including ISIS and the Nusra Front, have also infiltrated Lebanese territory to wage attacks on Hezbollah and Lebanese Army positions.Al-Manar said that militants who withdrew from hills and villages captured by Hezbollah and the Syrian army in Qalamoun are now positioned in Tallit Moussa, the highest hilltop in the Qalamoun mountains.The high altitude would allow the Syrian army to monitor militant movements in the vast expanse of Qalamoun and the outskirts of the northeastern Lebanese town of Arsal.
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