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Hezbollah guerrillas reflect on damage

In ruined towns along Lebanon’s southern border, Hezbollah fighters swerved their motorbikes around flattened houses and sewer pipes protruding from bombed-out roads. One offered up mineral water with a Hebrew label — taken from the stash of some Israeli soldiers who never made it home. “I am a Hezbollah fighter, and this is my town,” proclaimed 35-year-old Ahmed, who declined to give his full name. His voice echoed off the shells of vacant, gnarled buildings in Adaisse’s main square. A yellow Hezbollah flag hung in tatters from the top of a monument of bronze rockets near a cedar tree. Full Story

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