Lebanon

NOT FULFILLING their mandate and helping Hezbollah? The Lebanese army and UN forces patrol in southe
American dilemmas in Lebanon affect Israel

One of the major objectives of the US is to militarily and politically debilitate Hezbollah. Despite sustained American efforts, Hezbollah is getting stronger.

By ITZHAK LEVANON
24/05/2020
Lebanese journalist: Israel is internationally respected, Lebanon is not

Nadim Koteich lamented the situation in Lebanon, comparing each citizen's portion of the GDP ($360)to Israel's, which he says is $3,600 for each citizen.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
23/05/2020
Hezbollah Nasralla
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah: Israel must be destroyed

"The West Bank remained steadfast as well, as we saw recently with the Israeli soldier killed by a rock."

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
22/05/2020
Lebanon at risk of major food crisis, PM warns

Imported food prices had more than doubled since the start of 2020, Diab wrote.

By REUTERS
21/05/2020
IDF SOLDIERS pack their bags as troops prepare to leave the Lebanon border, on May 17, 2000
Twenty years after Lebanon withdrawal: Return to the abyss

Today’s Israeli military and political leaders are in many ways part of the withdrawal generation, learning the time’s tough lessons.

PROTESTERS REPRESENTING the ‘Four Mothers’ group demand the unilateral and immediate withdrawal of I
The Four Mothers and the end of the war in Lebanon

INITIALLY, THE Four Mothers focused their message on the importance of saving the lives of their soldier sons in Lebanon through withdrawal.

THEN-PRIME MINISTER Ehud Barak (left) attends a dinner hosted by US president Bill Clinton (second f
A four-month coincidence? The Lebanon withdrawal and the Second Intifada

While then-Prime Minister Ehud Barak downplayed the connection between the two events, officials who were deeply involved in diplomatic events at the time do connect the dots.

21/05/2020
THE GOOD Fence crossing, Metulla, May 23, 2000.
Lebanon: The war that never ends makes a comeback

“The War with No Name” is the first time in any format, written or visual, that anyone has tried to tell the entire story of the security zone from beginning to end.

By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN
21/05/2020
THE WRITER interviews troops at the Shani outpost, southern Lebanon, September 1999
Twenty years out of Lebanon: The war with no name that would never end

Like the War of Attrition, the conflict in Lebanon settled in Israeli consciousness.

By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN
21/05/2020
Good morning, Lebanon! A look back at Israel's military retreat

Twenty years after Israel’s retreat, the analogy to America’s Vietnamese trauma still stands – mostly for the worse, but also for the better

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