Hezbollah Reportedly Acquiring Chemical Weapons With Help from Iran and North Korea

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Hezbollah has transported hundreds of missiles with a chemical payload to a warehouse near the Lebanese-Syrian border. According to reports by the Saudi Al-Hadath news, Hezbollah received help from Iran and North Korea to transport and load the missiles.  Retired Brigadier General Amir Avivi, the CEO and founder of the Israel Defense and Security Forum, commented, “Stopping a Shiite terror organization from obtaining chemical weapons is first and foremost an Israeli priority, but the U.S. and Europe should be almost equally concerned with the proliferation of unconventional weapons – and act accordingly.”