A commander of Lebanese Hezbollah has been killed on fighting for Nouri al-Maliki in Iraq, indicating the group is involved in another front in the region.
Hezbollah founded by the Iranian regime's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) is already helping Bashar al-Assad fighting the Syrian people who want to see an end to his rule.
Sources in Lebanon told the Reuters news agency on Thursday that the Hezbollah commander Ibrahim al-Hajj was killed in a battle in Iraq near Mosul.
According to a report by Al Jazeera TV He was buried in a village in the Bekaa Valley on Wednesday.
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