ISIS could launch major offensive into Lebanon next monthAccording to recent reports from WND we could see ISIS deepen their roots of terror soon in the Mideast as the deputy head of the Iranian-backed Hezbollah in Lebanon has warned that ISIS could begin launching attacks against the Lebanese army as early as next month. He further places the blame for the rise of ISIS on the West and Gulf Arab countries that continue to finance and arm the jihadist group. Sheik Naim Qassem said ISIS is planning major offensives after the winter ends next month against the Lebanese army, which has been launching preemptive attacks along the Lebanese border with Syria. Hezbollah fighters have been assisting the Lebanese army in repelling jihadist attacks into Lebanon. Observers say jihadist attacks, especially into northern Lebanon, are in response to Hezbollah sending its fighters into Syria to assist the Syrian military against a fractured Syrian opposition whose ranks over the past two years have swelled with Sunni jihadist fighters mainly from ISIS and the al-Qaida-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra Front. FULL REPORT