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In an expanding grave-yard in the Iraqi city of Najaf, Hizbullah militia fighter Hussein Allawi points to head-stones of comrades killed abroad.
In their first meeting next week, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is likely to use President Donald Trump's frustration with Iran to pursue new sanctions against Tehran and seek pressure on Hizbullah, according to analysts.
The easiest answer is that Hizbullah will respond in some light manner which should not lead to war that cannot be controlled.
Those who don't know the Kurdish Hizbullah well need to know that this organization committed brutal crimes back in the 1990s.
However, the newspaper asked: "Why did Hizbullah embrace such a negative stance toward Ban's visit and what was the message which the [Shiite group] was seeking to send ahead of the UN Secretary General visit on Friday?
Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has announced that the party's anti-spy apparatus had arrested three Hizbullah members, two were found to be working for the CIA and the third was working for an undetermined European intelligence agency or probably the Israeli Mossad agency.
BEIRUT: The US has targeted a network of West African businesses it suspected of funding Hizbullah, imposing financial sanctions against two Lebanese brothers and several listed companies.
The election came as Hizbullah concluded its congress after months of work and adopted a new political document, believed to be the second of its kind since the open letter of 1985.
The concept is named after the Dahiyeh, the teeming district deep inside Hizbullah's south Beirut stronghold, much of which was flattened in round-the-clock air strikes by the Israeli Air Force in the 34-day war against Hizbullah in July and August 2006.
While Israel did not claim responsibility for the assassination, Hizbullah has declared its intention to avenge Mughniyeh's death by striking at Israel.
By Nicholas Blanford Kfar Shuba, Lebanon--In south Lebanon, where the 2006 summertime war between Israel and militant Shiite Hizbullah was played out, villages are abuzz with talk of another devastating conflict between the two archfoes.
Hizbullah, a Shi'ite Lebanese guerrilla offshoot of the Iranian theocracy, is said to be training JaM forces in advanced warfare tactics.
WHEN A HIZBULLAH SQUADRON entered northern Israel in July 2006 and abducted two soldiers, killing eight others, U.
A founding member of Hizbullah and the organization's current Deputy Secretary General, Naim Qassem openly states his purpose in writing the book as dispelling myths that have "blemished the Party's image" (p.
Consisting of mainly Lebanese Shiite Muslims, Hizbullah is well known for using both militant and moderate tactics to pursue its goals.