Nasralla’s Second-in-Command: No Iranians or Hezbollah Operatives Killed in Recent Israeli Attacks in Syria
Israel is firmly refraining from harming Hezbollah members so as not to increase tensions on the Lebanese border.
Hezbollah controls the majority of cannabis plantations across Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley and the government is unable to do much about it.
Steinitz and Aoun have been exchanging messages via Twitter.
The focus of both sides is the oil and gas discoveries in the territorial waters which are under dispute.
It is unclear if this a negotiating tactic on Lebanon's part, or their puppet-master Iran and its proxy Hezbollah are attempting to derail the negotiations and ensure the destruction of Lebanon.
During a visit to the north of the country to observe a large-scale IDF drill, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz also signaled optimism about eventual peace between Israel and Lebanon.
Michel Aoun is an ally of Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah and therefore this statement is receiving a lot of attention inside and outside of Lebanon.
Hariri: "I am dedicated to my promise to . . . stopping the collapse that is threatening our economy, our security and to rebuild the destruction of the port . . .in Beirut."
During the meeting, representatives held “productive talks and reaffirmed their commitment to continue negotiations later this month,” Washington and the U.N. Special Coordinator for Lebanon said in a joint statement.
The group said it captured the two Mossad personnel about a month ago. There is no mention of the incident by any Lebanese media.
The population of Bahrain is 60 percent Shiite while the royal house is Sunni.
Turns out you need more than one hour to evacuate a Precision Guided Missile (PGM) manufacturing site, so Hezbollah hoped the reporters just wouldn't notice. Well... we did.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced and praised the official decision of the Israeli and Lebanese governments to directly negotiate their shared maritime border.
As fast as Hezbollah prepared, they couldn't hide all the evidence in time...
"The State of Israel and the IDF in particular are monitoring these sites ... and are very knowledgeable in regard to the PGM project. They will continue to extensively operate against it."
"Here is where the next explosion could take place... the Beirut neighborhood of Janah, right next to the international airport. And here, Hezbollah is keeping a secret arms depot..., a meter away from a gas company."
Macron also said he would look at “concerted sanctions” against Lebanese leaders if necessary.
In Lebanon, 55 percent of the population of five million living below the poverty line, and more than 30 percent are unemployed.
In what could be a major breakthrough, Lebanon has agreed to negotiate with Israel over their shared maritime border after the Sukkot holiday.
Two large private hospitals with Covid-19 units were severely devastated in the August 4 great explosion in Beirut's port.
Images from Lebanese news media show clouds of dark smoke rising from the structure. The cause of the blast is not yet known.
The fourth and final Hezbollah corporate structure is in the United States.
“You can’t allow Iran to have more money, power and arms, and at the same time try to disconnect Hezbollah from the disasters it provoked in Lebanon,” says the U.S. secretary of state.
Several videos on social media show thick black smoke raging from the port area.
Americans who engage in transactions with them would risk being hit with secondary sanctions.
With sanctions, America seeks to leverage reform in Lebanon, including ensuring that Hezbollah no longer has a grip on the government.
Haniyeh is in Lebanon in an attempt to "shore up the Arab and Islamic stance toward Israel" which has been skewing in favor of the United Arab Emirates' “full normalization of relations” with the Jewish State.
The dangerous chemical was stored in four containers outside the port.
For many Lebanese, the state's failure to deliver electricity in a reliable fashion is the most obvious representation of its being a failed state – like Gaza, but with Hezbollah instead of Hamas.
The heads of all the terror factions in the Palestinian Authority and Hamas will be meeting in person and virtually in Lebanon.