Shia and Sunni jihadis continue to exterminate each other.
Via Times of Israel:
At least 120 Hezbollah fighters have died in clashes between Syrian rebels and government forces near a town north of Damascus in recent days, an opposition group claimed late Sunday.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, some 120 fighters from the Shiite terror group were killed around the town of Yabroud, where government forces have been battling to retake the area from rebels near the border with Lebanon.
Syrian state TV reported that government forces killed 15 rebel fighters and injured at least 70.
The death toll for Hezbollah would be one of the highest for the Lebanese group since it entered the war over a year ago to bolster the forces of embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad, reportedly at the insistence of Iran, a patron state for both Syria and Hezbollah.
Yabroud, a rebel holdout on a supply route in the Qalamoun mountains, between the Lebanese border and capital Damascus, has been pounded from the air by Syrian barrel bombs for the last several weeks in a renewed offensive to take the town. Hezbollah fighters have also reportedly poured into the area to back Syrian government forces.