A video shown on Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV showed fierce flames engulfing several cars in the Beirut suburb after a car bomb explosion that killed 18. Thick, black smoke rose from the vehicles and a nearby building appeared to be on fire.VideoVideo: 2013. Aisha Brigade "Hezbollah Terror Attacks on Syrian Sunnis Brings Bombing Blowback" to Beirut 8-15-13 A video was posted online less than half and hour after the explosion, claiming responsibility for the attack.In the video, a hooded man flanked by two other weapon-toting men wearing hoods claims the Aisha Brigades for External Mission were responsible for the Roueiss blast."You, the pig Hassan Nasrallah, we send you our second powerful message because you haven't understood yet," said one member of the group calling itself the Company of Aisha Umm al-Muminin, the Prophet Mohammed's favourite wife.Thursday's blast comes six weeks after a car bomb attack in the same area wounded more than 50 people.Another little-known Syrian rebel…
Brigade of Aisha, Mother of Believers
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