Hezbollah: Hezbollah, militant group and political party that emerged in Lebanon following the Israeli invasion of that country in 1982.
The Hezbollah (“Party of God”) movement was formed in 1982 in Lebanon by a segment of the Shia community displeased...
Hezbollah; Participant in the Lebanese Civil War, Israeli–Lebanese conflict, 2006 Lebanon War, 2008 Lebanon Conflict and the Syrian Civil War
Pro-Syrian and pro-Iranian team in Beirut, known as the March 8 Alliance, won 67 out of the 128 seats, although former PM Hariri is expected to remain as PM
A decisive election victory appears certain for Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed Shia party, alongside its political allies, in Lebanon’s parliamentary vote.
Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party Leader: Samir Geagea: Hassan Nasrallah: Walid Jumblatt: Party: Lebanese Forces: Hezbollah: PSP: Leader's seat: Did Not Stand
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Monday told the army’s top brass to prepare for an Iran-led threat coalescing on Israel’s northern border.
The Iranian-backed Hezbollah terror organization and its allies are poised to win a majority of seats in Lebanon’s parliament, local media outlets reported Monday morning following the nation’s first general election in nine years. Lebanese voters headed to the polls Sunday in the first election ...
An attack on an independent Lebanese Shiite candidate running on an anti-Hezbollah platform in the May 6 general elections has exposed the rifts among Lebanese Shiites and the movement's strongarm tactics.
Approving a President: Hezbollah and the Lebanese Political System Maddie Jurden Research Assistant, ICT Summer 2015 * The views expressed in this publication are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect