Anti-Lebanon Range

Related to Anti-Lebanon Range: Anti-Lebanon Mountains

An·ti-Leb·a·non Range

 (ăn′tē-lĕb′ə-nən)
A mountain range on the Syria-Lebanon border, rising to 2,814 m (9,230 ft) at Mount Hermon.
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But the Anti-Lebanon range is now also a cause for fear, as Islamist militants from radical groups such as the Nusra Front and ISIS roam the rocky terrain.
For example, the village of Tufayl, which longitudinally lies just east of central Damascus, is connected to the Bekaa Valley by a narrow finger of Lebanese territory that projects eastward over the Anti-Lebanon range and into the flat semi-desert north of the Syrian capital.