Hezbollah Blames Lebanon’s Economic Collapse on the United States

Hezbollah is in a quandary. Lebanon is unraveling under the pressure of its worst economic crisis in decades. The anti-establishmentarian storm that began on October

Hezbollah Walks Tightrope to Maintain Deterrence with Israel

In the first such incident since the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah War, at 11:15 AM on Friday, August 6, 2021 Hezbollah militants launched a rocket barrage into

The Lebanese Association of Arts – Rissalat

Overview Hezbollah established the Lebanese Association of Arts (LAA), also known as Rissalat, in 2006 according to LAA’s official Facebook page. However, some sources place

The Party of God and its Greatest Satan

Anti-Americanism has been a central pillar of Hezbollah’s ideology since its founding in 1982. Drawing inspiration from the founder of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah

Barak’s Error

On May 25, 2000, Prime Minister Ehud Barak ordered Israeli forces out of south Lebanon, ending Israel’s ill-fated 18-year foray into its northern neighbor’s territory

Hezbollah’s Rules of the Game and the Missile Threat

On April 15, an Israeli drone fired two Hellfire missiles at a Jeep Cherokee that had just crossed from Lebanon into Syria, near Jdeidet Yabous

Profile: Lebanese Hezbollah’s Representative in Iraq Mohammad Kawtharani

Mohammad Hussein Kawtharani is Lebanese Hezbollah’s representative in Iraq. Kawtharani assumed greater responsibility in overseeing Iraq’s Shia militias since the death of former Islamic Revolutionary

Lebanon’s New Government Will be Plagued by Old Problems

Lebanon formed a new government on Tuesday, headed by Prime Minister Hassan Diab . But it’s unlikely to be a political panacea, because Beirut is

A Lebanese Government? Inshallah

On Tuesday, Lebanon’s caretaker Finance Minister Ali Hassan Khalil optimistically tweeted that a new government would be formed “within hours.” Whether or not Khalil’s forecast

Hassan Diab – Lebanon’s Next Prime Minister?

In response to countrywide street protests, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri and his cabinet resigned on October 29, 2019 setting off a nearly two-month search