FILE - In this Saturday, May 9, 2015 file photo, a Hezbollah fighter stands on a hill next to the group's yellow flag in the fields of the Syrian town of Assal al-Ward in the mountainous region of Qalamoun, Syria. (AP Photo/Bassem Mroue, File)
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Hezbollah emerged stronger after intervening in the conflict in Syria, head of the party's executive council Sheikh Nabil Qaouk said Saturday, underlining that the resistance played a significant role in preserving the dignity of Arabism.Tensions have soared between Riyadh and Hezbollah since March 2015, mainly over the war in Yemen, where the two groups support opposite sides.Hezbollah's intervention in the Syrian war, which started as peaceful protests in March 2011 but has spiralled into an armed rebellion that has left nearly 200,000 people dead, has sparked criticism from many Lebanese, who accuse Nasrallah of dragging Lebanon into the war.
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