Hassan Nasrallah

The United States is offering up to $10 million for information that would disrupt the cash flow of the Iranian-sponsored terrorist organization, Hezbollah. In a list released on Monday, the State Department explained how to receive a reward: providing the names of Hezbollah donors, businesses or investments owned or controlled...

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British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt defended on Thursday his country’s decision to ban the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah in its entirety, calling the distinction between the group’s political and military wing an “illusion.” “The British Government will not entertain the illusion that Hizballah can be cleanly divided into political and...

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Israeli PM Netanyahu at Gulf Arab State of Oman

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a speech Tuesday that the Jewish State is in contact with “half a dozen important Arab and Muslim countries that until recently were hostile to Israel,” The Jerusalem Post reported. Speaking at the state memorial ceremony for former Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, Israel’s...

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Hezbollah Commander Ali Musa Daqduq

After a buildup on social media, the IDF revealed intelligence that Hezbollah set up a cell on the Syrian Golan headed by a terrorist who is wanted for killing five American soldiers in Iraq, The Times of Israel reported Wednesday. According to the IDF, the Hezbollah cell is made up...

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As the effects of Western sanctions take effect, the Iranian-backed terror group, Hezbollah, has reached out to its supporters for financial assistance, Reuters reported Friday. “I announce today that the resistance is in need of its (popular base),” Hezbollah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech last week. The...

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Britain’s decision to outlaw Hezbollah last month casts a harsh light on the rest of Europe’s refusal to do so, two experts wrote in an op-ed published Sunday in the New York Post. After Britain “rejected the notion that Hezbollah is a ‘two-winged’ group without unified command and control over...

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Hezbollah flag in London

If there is one lesson the world should have learned from Hezbollah’s 34 years of existence, it is this: Hezbollah has no distinct military and political wings. Now, that false wall has begun to crumble. On February 25, the British government announced its decision to designate Hezbollah as a terrorist...

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Netanyahu Praises May over Hezbollah Ban

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Britain on Monday for designating Hezbollah as a terrorist organization in its entirety and thanked his British counterpart Theresa May for her country’s leadership in the fight against anti-Semitism, JNS reported. A statement from Netanyahu’s office said the prime minister told May in a...

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Former Argentinian Pres. Menem Acquitted of Charges that he Obstructed AMIA Investigation

A court in Argentina convicted five people and acquitted eight others, including a former president, for their roles in obstructing the investigation into the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, Agence France-Presse reported Thursday. Former President Carlos Menem, who ruled Argentina from 1989 to 1999,...

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Hezbollah Cycle Rally

The Iranian-backed Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah condemned on Friday the decision by the British government to ban the group in its entirety, saying the move showed “servile obedience” to the United States, Reuters reported. Hezbollah, which exercises complete political and military control over Lebanon, said in a statement it was...

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