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Hezbollah vows to "cut Israel's hand" after militant's killing

A military commander of the Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah was killed in a Beirut car bomb blast allegedly claimed by a rival Sunni group, but blamed on archfoe Israel. Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah vowed to “cut the hand” of the Jewish state which he said was behind the killing of Ghaleb Awwali, blown up as he was leaving his home in the rundown southern suburbs of Beirut. The attack was carried out “either by Israeli hands that infiltrated into Lebanon with European, American or other foreign passports, or at the hands of local Lebanese agents,” Nasrallah said during a funeral ceremony for Awwali. Full Story

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