Iran said to have cut Hezbollah aid by 40%
Terror organization faces unprecedented crisis, according to Israeli intelligence assessments, stirring tension with its Iranian patrons.
Iran has cut the annual budget it provides Hizbullah by over 40 percent, stirring an unprecedented crisis within the Lebanese Shi’ite guerrilla organization.
This comes, according to recent Israeli intelligence assessments, just weeks before a United Nations tribunal is expected to accuse Hizbullah of assassinating former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri in 2005.
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