QahtaniAdvisesFightersAgainstHezbollah

Abu Mariya al-Qahtani, a prominent jihadi cleric and former Shariah official in al-Qaeda's branch in Syria, the al-Nusra Front, recommended fighters in Lebanon, including the Brigades of Abdullah Azzam, to unite efforts against Hezbollah.

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