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REPORT: Hezbollah has begun withdrawing a large part of its units in Syria to Lebanon at Iran's request

NEWSRAEL: We will be following this report in the weeks to come. If it turns out to be accurate, this will have a big effect on all of the major players in the Syrian arena. This may be part of what NEWSRAEL has been reporting on - the international pressure on Hezbollah, and its wish to bolster its forces inside Lebanon, in order to deter the Christian forces from a civil war. It is definitely a blow for Iran, who will need to bring in more IRGC forces to fill Hezbollah's shoe.

Media sources confirmed that Iran had asked the Lebanese Hezbollah militia to withdraw a large part of its fighters from Syrian soil back to Lebanese territory, after informing Moscow that it did not intend to initiate any war against Israel from Syrian territory.

The news site "24" reports from a high-level diplomatic source, updated on the nuclear talks between Iran and the West, that Lebanese Hezbollah has begun withdrawing a large part of its fighters from Syrian soil.

He said Hezbollah had concentrated most of its fighters along with their vehicles in the al-Qusayr area of the Homs district, near the Lebanese border, leaving some of its units near the Iraqi border.

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