The poorly protected border between the United States and Mexico is an open door for Hezbollah-financed cells now working with Mexican drug cartels to launder money and smuggle cocaine, according to a new LIGNET.com intelligence analysis. The Iranian-backed agents now working inside Mexico are fully capable of establishing operations in the United States and could retaliate quickly if the United States launched an attack on Iran’s nuclear installations.
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