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UPDATED: 07:54, November 23, 2005
Iran condemns Israel's raid on Lebanon
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Iran on Tuesday strongly condemned Israel's raid on a Hezbollah target in Lebanon earlier in the day, terming it as a "continuation of criminal behavior", the official IRNA news agency reported.

"The Zionist regime's violation of Lebanon's territorial integrity and sovereignty is a continuation of its criminal behavior in the region and a clear disregard of the international law," Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi was quoted as saying.

Israeli warplanes attacked a suspected Hezbollah target in southern Lebanon earlier on Tuesday, killing four people.

Iran has been a consistent ally of Hezbollah, an armed group in Lebanon which played an important role in fighting against Israel, that ended its 22 years of occupation of southern Lebanon in May 2000.

Source: Xinhua


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