Hezbollah FTO Designation

On October 8, 1997, the United States created its Foreign Terrorist Organization list, pursuant to 1996’s Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) and added

The Iraqi Origins of Hezbollah’s Attack on Moshav Avivim

On September 1, at 4:15 PM, a Hezbollah cell dubbed the “Martyrs Hassan Zbeeb and Yasser Daher Group” fired Anti-Tank Guided Missiles at an Israeli

State Sponsorship of Terrorism

The U.S. government classifies the Islamic Republic of Iran as the “ foremost state sponsor of terrorism ,” alleging that Iran provides “a range of

The Myth of Hezbollah's May 2000 Victory

On June 6, 1982, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) invaded Lebanon to eliminate the threat from Palestinian militias on its northern border. When the IDF

Iran's Proxy War: Hezbollah

Hezbollah is a Lebanon-based, transnational, Shiite Islamist terrorist organization founded by Iran in 1982. The group’s common appellation “Lebanese Hezbollah” is a misnomer. Hezbollah’s primary

New Lebanese Government Empowers Hezbollah

By David Daoud Lebanon announced the formation of a new government today, headed by Prime Minister Saad Hariri, nine months after Beirut held parliamentary elections.

Hezbollah Tunnels and Israel’s Operation Northern Shield

By: Bob Feferman The recent discovery of Hezbollah terror tunnels under Israel’s border with Lebanon made a tense situation even more dangerous. In fact, as

Hezbollah: International Terrorist and Paramilitary Organization

Hezbollah , the Shia political party and militant group based in Lebanon, acts as a proxy for Iranian terror and crime internationally , recognizing Iran’s

Iran's Proxy War: Lebanon

Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah (L) embracing and showing deference to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei (R) Iran has long held substantial influence over Lebanese

Hezbollah Since the 1983 Beirut Barracks Bombings: Adapted but Unrepentant

On the morning of October 23, 1983, Imad Mughniyeh and Mustafa Badreddine perched atop a building in south Beirut with their binoculars fixated on the