The Saudi regime has observed foiling of its projects in Yemen, Iraq and specifically Syria. In all of these fields Riyadh has found a track of Lebanon’s Hezbollah. The Saudis’ climax of defeats appeared when the two Syrian towns of Nobul an Al Zahra were liberated from the grasp of the terrorists. Located in high regions of Syria, the two towns are overlooking the main road of Syrian Aleppo province to Turkey. In mid-2012, when the Riyadh and Ankara-backed militant groups were quickly capturing ground in western and northwestern Aleppo, Hezbollah has decided to deploy some of its forces to Nobul and Al Zahra. The presence of Hezbollah’s forces has played a vital role in strengthening a four-year resistance of the two Syrian towns in the face of an inclusive siege imposed by the terrorist groups, including the al-Nusra Front, an Al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria. Right after Russia’s military intervention in Syria, recapture of Nobul and Al Zahra, due to their strategic position, has been given a priority. Led by Hezbollah, the resistant forces finally managed to reach the two towns.