File - Hezbollah members parade in Teffahta during a ceremony commemorating three slain Hezbollah leaders, Imad Mughniyeh, Abbas Musawi and Sheikh Ragheb Harb, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Hezbollah is now working on analyzing the results and consequences of the military operation on the political arena alongside the latest rushed government developments, which it says are no less important to the party than its fighters' triumph in Yabroud.The latest information from the field made available to The Daily Star points out that Hezbollah's fighters are still fighting alongside the Syrian army in an effort to control the entire border region to the east of Lebanon.This is part of a greater plan by the Syrian army to take control of the border region, including the northern crossings into Syria, according to a high-ranking source in Hezbollah.Whatever happens, the party's allies within Lebanon will certainly want to take advantage of Hezbollah's recent achievements in Yabroud.
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