Israeli strikes inside Lebanon together with new U.S. sanctions suggest a significant change in policy toward the terror group
U.S. officials claiming that sanctions against Iran have put the Lebanese terrorist organization in dire financial straits are cherry-picking evidence to paint a misleading picture
What lies beneath seven years of Israeli rhetoric about Iran?
Anatomy of a very tense night
A letter from a survivor of Assad’s chemical attacks about his encounter with Obama’s chief diplomat at the United Nations
Trump’s envoy tries to make a distinction between Hezbollah and Lebanon’s government where there is none
A renewed political and media circus in Beirut should not be confused with a real, serious strategy to roll back Teheran and break its long arm, Hezbollah
And if we want to get serious about fighting Hezbollah, we should start by insisting on the following benchmarks
Nikki Haley is right to insist the UN group in Lebanon undergo some big changes
Standing a few blocks from the White House, Lebanese delegation member Elias Bou Saab tweeted his support to Hezbollah ‘resisters.’ But the real problem is much, much worse.
As Saad Hariri seeks international support, he’s aligning closer with Hezbollah and Assad in Syria
Make no mistake: the Iranian proxy controls the Lebanese state, including the U.S.-aided Lebanese Armed Forces