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EU must designate Hezbollah as terror organization, 230 lawmakers say

In their letter, the lawmakers urged “the EU to end this false distinction between ‘military’ and ‘political’ arms"

A SIGN reads ‘Go now. Everyone means everyone,’ at a protest near the presidential palace in Baabda,
Lebanon protests increase possibility of Hezbollah attack against Israel

Hezbollah will not operate independently before receiving approval from its Iranian patron.

US Justice Department appeals early release of Hezbollah financier

Kassim Tajideen has been granted compassionate release due to the threat of coronavirus.

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Jailed Hezbollah financier granted early release, returned to Lebanon

“At this time, a charter flight to Lebanon has been scheduled for July 2020 and Mr Tajideen is on the manifest.”

Sayyed Hashem Safieddine, head of the Hezbollah Executive Council, pays his condolences to Ali Badre
Hezbollah deploys medics, hospitals against coronavirus in Lebanon

"It is a real war that we must confront with the mindset of a warrior," Sayyed Hashem Safieddine, head of the Shi'ite group's executive council, said.

Hezbollah seeks ‘to attack and storm banks’ in Lebanon – report

The bank source said “any street protest would create concern and confusion among the people," adding “Banks play no role in the sanctions.”

Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah gestures as he addresses his supporters via a scr
Nasrallah: Hezbollah learned lessons from IDF 'Hollywood Army'

Leader of Shi'ite terrorist group warns Israel will cease to exist in any war with Iran

Israeli soldiers stand next to shells and a mobile artillery unit near the Israeli side of the borde
Hezbollah gambles with 'retaliation' - analysis

Hezbollah made threats in the past, more general in nature. But Hezbollah wants an excuse to legitimize itself.

Ambassador Danon reveals new intelligence information in the Security Council: Iran and Syria are sm
'Port of Beirut now Port of Hezbollah,' Danon tells UNSC

Lebanese Ambassador said the Lebanese saw the accusations as 'direct threats on their peace and civilian infrastructure.'

Hezbollah tunnel
IDF destroying Hezbollah's last, largest cross-border attack tunnel

The tunnel, which began in the southern Lebanese village of Ramiya and stretched one kilometer infiltrated several dozen meters into northern Israel, close to the communities of Zarit and Shetula.

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