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What countries were involved in the 2006 Lebanon war?


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2011-08-05 12:34:45
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Mainly Israel on one side, and on the other side was Hezbollah, the Amal Movement, the Syrian Socialist National Party (SSNP), the PFLP-GC, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and a handfull of Somali mercenaries. The Lebanese Army was also involved in a few skirmishes with Israeli forces, but officially remained neutral despite losing 28 soldiers. Syria also threathened to intervene, but never entered the conflict. The United States did supply Israel with material support, but did not engage in combat.

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