All posts tagged Hezbollah
The IDF has launched an operation to strike a blow to Hezbollah’s tunnels – a vast underground network intended for attacking Israelis.
Moscow’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that “only representatives of the Syrian armed forces will be deployed on the Syrian side of the border with Israel".
America has finally answered the question that the whole Middle East has been asking since early May: What does it want from Iran in return for a new deal?
Beyond the gate to the Israel–Lebanon border lies the world of Hezbollah and, if you carry on straight into Lebanon and turn right to Syria, the drama of the Syrian civil war.
ISRAELI Labour Party MK Michal Biran raised the issues of rising inequality and the unresolved Israeli–Palestinian conflict as key challenges facing Israel today.
WITH a topic as complex and rapidly changing as ‘The New Middle East and Why it Matters’, leading geopolitics and terrorism expert Hagai Segal began by saying, “I could talk about this for the next seven hours.”
The politician who talked about his “friends” from Hamas and Hezbollah and attended a wreath laying at the grave of a Palestinian terrorist didn’t quite manage to become Britain’s Prime Minister, writes Nathan Jeffay. But he came astonishingly close.
A Jewish member of the British Parliament was put under police protection following an anti-Semitic death threat against Ruth Smeeth on Facebook.
A YEAR on from the suicide bombing that claimed the lives of five Israelis in Bulgaria, that country’s Ministry of Interior has released an image of an Australian man wanted in connection with the terror attack.
PRIME Minister Julia Gillard has said Australia’s listing of Hezbollah’s political wing as a legitimate organisation is under constant review.