For the first time in more than a year, Lebanon has a functioning government. The question remains, however, whether it will be strong enough to challenge the Iranian-backed Hezbollah from taking over the country.
Saudi authorities have thwarted a drug production and smuggling network linked to the Lebanon-based Hezbollah organization that was trying to smuggle 451,807 amphetamine tablets to the Kingdom.
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Wednesday the insistence of the Iran-backed Hezbollah group on imposing its will in Lebanon was a major reason for the country’s crisis, according to Saudi state TV and a foreign ministry statement.
Al-Bazzal oversaw Talaqi Group’s partnership with ALUMIX for shipments of aluminum to Iran, while his wife, as ALUMIX’s general manager, supplies Talaqi Group with payment information
As Lebanon continues its freefall, a similar trend to what we are seeing in Iran is emerging. The people of Lebanon are rising up and rejecting...
There are fears of an eruption on Israel’s northern border after Hezbollah admitted firing rockets in to the country for the first time in 15 years.
Hezbollah’s rocket and missile arsenal in Lebanon has long been classified as a threat of strategic significance to Israel.