Hezbollah Moving Long-Range Missile From Syria to Lebanon

According to Ronen Bergman, an Israeli national security analyst


Beirut: Amid the chaos of Syria's civil war, Hezbollah has been moving long-range missiles to Lebanon from bases where it has stored them inside Syria, including long-range Scud D missiles that can strike deep into Israel, according to an Israeli national security analyst.

The analyst, Ronen Bergman, who has close contacts with Israeli intelligence officials, said Thursday that despite Israel's undeclared campaign of airstrikes in Syria to stop new deliveries, most of the long-range, surface-to-surface missiles given to Hezbollah by its allies Iran and Syria had been disassembled and moved to Lebanon.