-Western-Israeli propaganda insisted on removing any distinction between ISIS, Al Qaeda, Taliban, Hamas, Hezbollah, Al-Houthis and many other such groups.
Read: Hezbollah’s Spying Games Amidst Lebanon’s DemiseWhile the regime in Tehran raised anti-Zionist slogans as a layer of its broader anti-American doctrine, it remained – paradoxically – dependent on Israel to accomplish its objectives.
lmost forty days have passed since the assassination of Lebanese political activist and staunch Hezbollah detractor Lokman Slim, with no evidence or any leads provided by the Lebanese state on the culprits of his heinous murder.
n Monday Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri said that the Iran-backed Hezbollah must stop interfering in the affairs of neighboring countries, and accept a "neutral" policy in order to bring an end to Lebanon’s political crisis.
Iranian troops have been deployed in rebel-held territory in Aleppo since 2015; Assad was ensured to win back Aleppo along with Syrian soldiers and Hezbollah militants.
Read: With Jerusalem, Hezbollah Is Now Playing Catch-up War on the cheap As previously stated, Iran does not use direct, conventional means of control and military power projection as it knows it can be a costly endeavor, both in blood and treasure.
On October 14, Muslim Shiite parties, Hezbollah and Amal, organized a protest in front of Beirut's Justice Palace to ask for the suspension of Bitar.
While Israel welcomed the conference, the Iran-supported Lebanese group Hezbollah condemned it, calling it “a failed attempt to promote the culture of dialogue with the Israeli enemy.
In their view, the Shiite ummah ranges from the Hazaras of Afghanistan to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
A young and “Hezbollahi” government? Over the last years, Khamenei has repeatedly voiced his call for a “young and hezbollahi government” which would be energetic and uncompromising against the enemy.
What causes this vulnerability, even with an asymmetrical non-state actor as the belligerent? The answer to this question lies in Hamas’s and, indirectly, Hezbollah’s powerful rocket and missile inventory.
It will not be easy to deconstruct the endless edifice of lies, half-truths and intentional misrepresentations of Zionist Israeli colonialism…
and Hezbollah, Turkey and the PYD.
Therefore, it is not an exaggeration to claim that Yemen’s Houthis have become the second most powerful quasi-governmental force in the region after Lebanon’s Hezbollah, both of which are close to Iran.