How the U.S. blinded Israeli intelligence gathering efforts on Hamas and other Palestinian groups inside Lebanon
Israel backpedals, while Hezbollah grows bolder
Fifteen years of U.S. aid to ‘state security’ arms like the LAF and ISF have cost American taxpayers billions while harming Israel and strengthening Hezbollah
Yair Lapid trades Mediterranean gas fields claimed by Israel to Hezbollah in exchange for a line of rusting buoys
War fears are no longer alarmist as the terror group supplants U.N. forces, increases military readiness, and becomes more reckless on Lebanon’s southern border
The country’s recent election was a masterpiece of counterfactual Kabuki theater—and there wasn’t a dry Western eye in the house
Paraguay’s slain criminal prosecutor Marcelo Pecci made many enemies in his lifelong effort to protect the rule of law. One of them was Hezbollah.
Is Israel finally bringing its public posture toward Hezbollah closer to reality?
The reeling regime in Beirut would like some of that magic Jewish money, please
It will start without warning. And the consequences are likely to be enormous.
By funding the failed Lebanese state and lifting sanctions on Iran, the United States is partnering with the world’s deadliest crime syndicate
The philosopher, activist, filmmaker, writer, and publisher, a prominent Hezbollah critic, was killed last week
With ongoing Iranian backing, the Lebanese terror group is more determined than ever to deliver offensive blows inside Israeli territory
How much should America pay to maintain the fraying fabric?
Sarit Zehavi, founder of the Alma Center think tank, has her eye on Hezbollah and her feet planted firmly in her beloved Galilee
Iran’s plans for regional hegemony depend on being seen as the protector of loyal Shiite Muslims—but those are exactly the people leading mass protests against Iranian domination in Iraq and Lebanon
Iran’s attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil fields was a warning to Israel in an escalating regional war
Israeli strikes inside Lebanon together with new U.S. sanctions suggest a significant change in policy toward the terror group