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Buses transporting Syrian terrorists, being evacuated from northeastern Lebanon, are seen on August 14, 2017 in a mountainous area around the Lebanese town of Arsal along the border with Syria as they prepare to cross into the bordering country. (Photo by AFP)
Buses transporting Syrian terrorists, being evacuated from northeastern Lebanon, are seen on August 14, 2017 in a mountainous area around the Lebanese town of Arsal along the border with Syria as they prepare to cross into the bordering country. (Photo by AFP)
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The buildup of a front against Takfiri terrorists in the Middle East has paved the way for achieving “victory after victory” in the fight against terrorism, including the recent retaking of Lebanon-Syria border from Daesh, says an analyst.

The triumph over Takfiri terrorists in Arsal, located to the northeast of Beirut, “is very promising not only for Lebanon but also for all those who are fighting the Takfiri groups,” Ibrahim Mousawi told Press TV on Wednesday.

Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Iran, which are fighting Takfiri extremists, have been able to “dismantle many of terrorist networks” in the region, the political commentator said.