As one door closes

Venter, Al J.
March 2000
Middle East;Mar2000, Issue 299, p9
Focuses on the production of illegal drugs in the Middle East. Influence of Syria on the drug trade in Lebanon; Operations of the Mukhabarat in Lebanon; Fundings received by the Hizbullah from the Syrian government; Suspicion of Israeli government on Syrians for helping the Hizbullah insurgent movement.


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