Syria Threatens Strike Against Lebanon

    A Syrian rebel crosses a street while trying to dodge sniper fire in the old city of Aleppo in northern Syria on March 11, 2013. Syria warned on March 12 it is ready to fight "for years" against rebels, as world powers worked on a new initiative to find regime officials suitable for peace talks with the opposition. AFP PHOTO/JM LOPEZ        (Photo credit should read JM LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

    A Syrian rebel crosses the street in Aleppo on March 11. (JM Lopez/AFP/Getty),AFP

    On the two-year anniversary of the start of its uprising, Syria is as angry as ever. On Friday the warring nation’s foreign ministry warned the Lebanese government that it may strike if the Lebanese rebels hiding near the border are not stopped. Over the course of two days, a “large number” of rebels have sneaked into Syria’s Tel Kalakh, targeting Syrian people and ignoring their laws. Although Syria has exercised restraint toward Lebanon thus far, its warning could mean impending doom for Lebanon. Heads up, Lebanon. When Syria says it’s angry, it means it.

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