Hezbollah head Hassan Nasrallah's latest speech was short and brought nothing new to the table, illustrating the movement's dying relevance.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah called Trump's administration "among the worst, if not the worst" in the US.
Immediate and farther neighbors are on a low simmer as violence spreads. All might lead the region to blow at any moment.
Signs of thawing ties with the Persian Gulf countries; Saudi journalist al-Ghabin says Palestinians already have a home and it is Jordan. “Most of the Arab people will stand with Israel," he conclude
Sources from within Hezbollah have denied the report, saying that all of it is a “fabric of the writer’s imagination,” according to Lebanon 24 news. Nasrallah will speak on Monday.
A second conflict between Israel and Hezbollah is likely to have devastating consequences.
The EU only designated Hezbollah’s so-called military wing a terrorist entity in 2013.
Tensions have spiked recently over an Israeli border wall, Lebanese offshore energy exploration, and the growing arsenal of Lebanon's Iran-backed Hezbollah group.
Senior IDF official: "We are ready for war."
"The day will come when Hezbollah's flag will fly over the honorable city of Jerusalem."