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 in 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

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

Lebanon’s Election Law May Violate U.S. Material Support Prohibitions

Empowered by a new electoral law, last weekend registered Lebanese expatriates residing in the United States flocked to authorized polling centers located on U.S. soil

Lebanon’s May 2018 Parliamentary Elections Primer

Lebanon will conduct its first parliamentary elections in nine years on May 6, 2018. The contest should have been held in 2013, but elections were

Lebanon Seeks Economic Aid in Paris for the Fourth Time

On Friday, Lebanon will head to Paris for yet another international donor conference, seeking $6-7 billion in credit facilities and funds. Dubbed CEDRE – a

Hezbollah is Pretending Israel has Lost its Unrivaled Air Superiority

Tensions flared February 10 after an Iranian drone violated Israeli airspace and one of the IAF’s F-16 jets that destroyed the command trailer from which

Lebanese Dissociation

In early December, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri rescinded his resignation, announced from Saudi Arabia a month earlier on November 5. The rescission came after

The Lebanese Powder Keg

When Saad Hariri resigned his post as prime minister of Lebanon last week, the move surprised even his closest associates. The normally soft-spoken premier lashed