This is one of the worst example of journalism these days. A story about Hizbullah based on two sources: one is: "a Lebanese government official allied with a political bloc opposed to Hezbollah". This of course is Hariri tool, Ashraf Rifi (director-general of the Internal Security Forces and a board member of Prince Nayif University for Security Sciences and Torture). Can you imagine the Post writing a story about Israel based on sources in Iran?? Oh, they have a second source for the story: a citizen (with no official capacity whatsoever) with a known right-wing agenda opposed to Hizbullah. Now, I am not saying that Hizbullah is not involved in Syria. I am saying that the evidence in the story is a joke. Would the Post write a story on the Syrian opposition citing only sources in the Syrian regime?