Front For the Liberation of the Golan
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Front For the Liberation of the Golan

The Front for the Liberation of the Golan is a guerrilla organization formed by Syria in July 2006 shortly after the 2006 Lebanon War (viewed by Syria as a victory by Hezbollah over Israel). Its aim is to recover the Golan Heights from Israel through a military campaign. The force is trained by Hezbollah, which in turn they were trained by Iran.[1] It is made up of hundreds of Syrian volunteers[2] and Palestinian refugees living in the Damascus area.[3]

References

  1. ^ Wikas, Seth (2006-08-29). "The Damascus-Hizballah Axis: Bashar al-Asad's Vision of a New Middle East". Washington Institute. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Brannon, Josh (2006-10-24). "Eizencott takes over N. Command". Jerusalem Post. Retrieved .
  3. ^ Kalman, Matthew (2006-12-10). "Next battleground will be a familiar one, Israelis say". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved .



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