DAMASCUS, SYRIA (9:30 P.M.) – Hezbollah held a large military parade in the Syrian city of Al-Qusayr on Sunday, showing off their massive military arsenal near the Lebanese border.

Photos of this military parade were released by Hezbollah social media accounts on Sunday after the conclusion of this event:

The Lebanese resistance organization also displayed a number of captured Israeli tanks from the latter’s illegal occupation of Lebanon (1982-2000) during the parade.

Residents from Al-Qusayr or any nearby towns were not present at the military parade due to security concerns.

Al-Qusayr was captured by Hezbollah in May 2013 after a short military operation against the jihadist rebels near the Lebanese-Syrian border.

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