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The Hezbollah Program (Hezbollah's Founding Charter)
1985

Hizballah (Party of God)
By Jewish Virtual Library

The Moral Logic of Hizballah
By Martin Kramer
1990

Hizbullah: The Calculus of Jihad
By Martin Kramer
1993

Sacrifice and "Self-Martyrdom" in Shi'ite Lebanon
By Martin Kramer
1996

Hizbullah in Lebanon
By Martin Kramer
1995

Symposium: Confronting Hezbollah
By Jamie Glazov
March 30, 2007

Hezbollah: Profile
By GlobalSecurity.org

Hezbollah: Backgrounder
By The Council on Foreign Relations

Dossier: Hassan Nasrallah - Secretary-General of Hezbollah
By Gary C. Gambill
February/March 2004

Renewing Hezbollah's Jihad Genocide Against Jews Everywhere
By Andrew G. Bostom
June 26, 2008

Apocalyptic Muslim Jew Hatred
By Andrew G. Bostom
July 18, 2006

Who Are Hezbollah?
By BBC News
July 13, 2006

Timeline of Hezbollah Violence
By CAMERA
July 17, 2006

The Wall Street Journal and Ayatollah Fadlallah's "Disarming Twinkle"
By Andrew Bostom
March 14, 2009

Hezbollah Sets Up Shop in Mexico
By Ryan Mauro
July 13, 2011

Blinded by Hate
By P. David Hornik
February 10, 2010

America Is the Enemy, Says Hezbollah
By Patrick Goodenough
December 2, 2009

Lebanon’s New Government Will Not Disarm Hezbollah
By Patrick Goodenough
November 11, 2009

Deepening Venezuela-Iran Alliance Stokes Concern
By Patrick Goodenough
September 10, 2009

Unresolved Issue of Hezbollah’s Weapons Back In the Spotlight
By Patrick Goodenough
July 28, 2009

One-Way Free Speech
By Janet Levy
July 20, 2009

Hezbollah Opposes the Right of Return
By Elias Bejjani
July 8, 2009

Hezbollah and Hamas: The Sudanese Connection
By Faith J. H. McDonnell
June 11, 2009

Lebanon: Stalemate with Terror
By P. David Hornik
June 9, 2009

Cancel Hezbollah's Holiday
By Elias Bejjani
May 28, 2009

Heard that (Middle East) Song Before
By Cal Thomas
May 14, 2009

One Civilization Clashing
By Caroline B. Glick
May 1, 2009

Egypt's Hezbollah Wake-up Call
By Elias Bejjani
April 24, 2009

Hezbollah's Attempted Cairo Coup
By P. David Hornik
April 15, 2009

Egypt, Hezbollah on Collision Course as Allegations Fly
By Patrick Goodenough
April 15, 2009

Iran's Western Enablers
By Caroline B. Glick
April 14, 2009

Egyptians Close In on Iranian-Hizballah Arms-smuggling Base in Sinai
By DEBKAfile
April 13, 2009

Hezbollah Prepares for Vote, Takes Aim at United States
By Patrick Goodenough
April 7, 2009

Arabs Must Disarm Terrorists, or Import Destruction
By Elias Bejjani
March 19, 2009

British Government Under Fire for Allowing Hezbollah Official to Enter Country
By Patrick Goodenough
March 12, 2009

Israel's Last Ditch Effort to Destroy ... Itself
By Caroline B. Glick
February 17, 2009

Is a Hezbollah Attack in the Offing?
By Fred Burton and Scott Stewart
February 12, 2009

When the Human Shield Slips
By Austin Bay
January 14, 2009

Radical Islamic Networks in America
By Jamie Glazov
January 13, 2009

Hizbullah Secretary-General Nasrallah Urges Egyptian Officers to Rebel Against Their Regime's Policies
By MEMRI
January 2, 2009

Hezbollah Snubs Jimmy Carter
By Patrick Goodenough
December 12, 2008

Hugo’s Hezbollah
By Alan Levine
December 11, 2008

Hezbollah Meeting on the Agenda for Jimmy Carter?
By Julie Stahl
December 8, 2008

Hezbollah, an Imminent Danger
By Olivier Guitta
November 17, 2008

A Dangerous Alliance
By Annie Jacobsen
November 13, 2008

Terror’s Quest for Acceptance
By P. David Hornik
November 12, 2008

In Iran, A Call for Suicide Bombers to Attack the U.S.
By Julie Stahl
November 4, 2008

Iranian Group Recruits Iranian Volunteers for Anti-U.S. Martyrdom [Suicide] Operations to Be Carried Out by Hizbullah
By MEMRI
November 3, 2008

Lessons of Beirut
By Timothy J. Geraghty
October 24, 2008

Hezbollah Denies Links to Latin American Criminals
By Patrick Goodenough
October 24, 2008

Former CIA Officer on Hizbullah
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
October 23, 2008

Are We Funding the Lebanese Army or Hizballah?
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
October 20, 2008

Hypocrisy 2.0
By Jonathan Schanzer
September 24, 2008

Hezbollah’s Terror Camps for Kids
By P. David Hornik
September 11, 2008

Iran Solidifies Control Over Hizbullah
By Yaakov Katz
September 9, 2008

Hezbollah Kills Lebanese Army Officer
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
August 28, 2008

The Forward Forwards a Lebanese Threat
By P. David Hornik
August 25, 2008

Symposium: Obscene Hostage Trades
By Jamie Glazov
August 15, 2008

Recruiting Israeli Arabs for Terror
By P. David Hornik
August 15, 2008

Creeping Coup in the Land of Cedars
By Mordechai Nisan
August 14, 2008

After Israel's Release of Kuntar, Demand for Release of Lebanese Prisoners in Syria
By MEMRI
August 13, 2008

The Rearming of Hezbollah
By P. David Hornik
August 6, 2008

Israel Weighs New Threats from Lebanon
By Julie Stahl
August 6, 2008

It's Time Israel Woke Up
By Burt Prelutsky
July 28, 2008

Reading Ehud Barak
By Caroline B. Glick
July 25, 2008

Released Lebanese Terrorist Samir Al-Quntar Vows to Fight Under Hizbullah
By MEMRI
July 23, 2008

Have Our Leaders Lost Their Minds?
By Newt Gingrich
July 22, 2008

Release of Samir Kuntar By Israel Emblematic of West's Moral Weakness
By William Mayer and Beila Rabinowitz
July 21, 2008

Good Will Wasted
By Robert Spencer
July 21, 2008

Samir Kuntar and the Last Laugh
By Daniel Pipes
July 21, 2008

A Grim Exchange Illustrates a Key Difference
By Mitch Albom
July 21, 2008

Myopia Mars Post Coverage
By Eric Rozenman
July 18, 2008

Deals with Devils
By Steven Emerson
July 17, 2008

Iran and Hezbollah Increasingly Active In Latin America and Africa
By Emerson Vermaat
July 16, 2008

Hero's Welcome for Grisly Killers
By P. David Hornik
July 16, 2008

Israel Gets Bodies, Hezbollah Gets Live Prisoners
By Julie Stahl
July 16, 2008

Killer for Corpses
By David Bedein
July 15, 2008

A Tale of Two Hostages
By Caroline B. Glick
July 11, 2008

Cutting Losses, or Begging for More?
By Micah Halpern
July 9, 2008

Israel Still Paying for its Defeat
By Jeff Jacoby
July 3, 2008

Israel Caves Again
By P. David Hornik
July 2, 2008

How Iran Kills Americans
By Associated Press
July 2, 2008

Victimized Families Must Not Be Allowed to Dictate Policy
By Caroline B. Glick
June 27, 2008

Another Israel-Hezbollah Prisoner Swap?
By P. David Hornik
June 27, 2008

Israel Grapples with Prisoner Exchanges for Abducted Soldiers
By Julie Stahl
June 27, 2008

Hezbollah: Iran's Army in Lebanon
By Elias Bejjani
June 24, 2008

Hizballah in Venezuela: Will the U.S. Move?
By Gustavo Coronel
June 23, 2008

The Iranian Roots of Hizbullah
By Dr. Nimrod Raphaeli
June 17, 2008

Lebanon's Man in the Muddle
By Amir Taheri
May 30, 2008

When 1+1 = 6+10
By Micah Halpern
May 30, 2008

With Its Growing Clout, Hezbollah Seen As Greater Threat than Al-Qaeda
By Julie Stahl
May 30, 2008

The Saudi Design on Lebanon
By Ali Alyami
May 28, 2008

Cedar Losing
By the NRO Editors
May 27, 2008

Assad's Week of Triumph
By Caroline B. Glick
May 23, 2008

Lebanon Surrenders to Hizballah
By Tom Rose
May 22, 2008

Hezbollah Scores Political Win, But Resistance Groups Forming
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
May 22, 2008

Iran's Lebanon Game
By Amir Taheri
May 20, 2008

Lights Out Temporarily in Lebanon
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
May 20, 2008

Hezbollah's Network Confirms Terror Goals
By Walid Phares
May 20, 2008

Understanding Hizbullah's Power Play
By Caroline B. Glick
May 16, 2008

Enabling Hezbollah
By Ralph Peters
May 16, 2008

Terror Triumphant
By P. David Hornik
May 15, 2008

Bloodying Iran's Foreign Legion
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr
May 14, 2008

The Lebanon Crisis (2): Hizbullah's Victory and its Regional Implications
By Y. Carmon and B. Chernitsky
May 13, 2008

The U.S. Should Oppose Hezbollah and its Iranian and Syrian Masters in Lebanon
By Ariel Cohen, Ph.D.
May 13, 2008

Lebanon's '300'
By Walid Phares
May 13, 2008

Following Closure of Future TV by Lebanese Army and Hizbullah, Lebanese TV Presenter Sahar Al-Khatib Blasts Opposition Leaders
By MEMRI
May 13, 2008

Lebanese Army Will Not Step in Before Hizballah Fights Pro-government Forces to the Finish
By DebkaFile
May 13, 2008

Head of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood Ali Al-Bayanouni Slams Syrian Regime for Relations with Iran
By MEMRI
May 12, 2008

Iranian Papers on the Events in Lebanon
By MEMRI
May 12, 2008

Hizballah Terrorists Strike, Hold, and Pullback in Lebanon
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
May 12, 2008

Force: The Only Language Hezbollah Understands
By Elias Bejjani
May 12, 2008

The Iranian Connection
By Claudia Rosett
May 12, 2008

Brewing Confrontation in Lebanon
By P. David Hornik
May 9, 2008

Hezbollah, Pro-Iranian Forces Attempting Coup in Beirut
By Julie Stahl
May 9, 2008

A Clean Sweep: Amal, Hizbullah Take Much of Beirut in Redux of Hamas' Gaza Takeover
By Yigal Carmon and E. Zweig
May 9, 2008

The War for Lebanon
By David Kenner
May 9, 2008

Selling Terror
By Jonathan Schanzer
April 18, 2008

Good Terrorist, Bad Terrorist
By P. David Hornik
April 14, 2008

More Threats, but No Action, from Hizballah
By Julie Stahl
March 25, 2008

Hizballah Boosted by Anti-War Westerners, Meeting Told
By Kevin McCandless
February 29, 2008

Israel Concerned About Another Hizballah Build-Up Along Border
By Julie Stahl
February 28, 2008

Terrorists' Rights
By Paul Greenberg
February 22, 2008

Turning a Terrorist into a Cult Hero
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr
February 19, 2008

Hezbollah’s Genocidal Threat
By Alan M. Dershowitz
February 18, 2008

A Death in Damascus
By Claude Salhani
February 18, 2008

Hizbullah Mastermind's True Legacy
By Caroline B. Glick
February 15, 2008

Imad Who?
By Martin Kramer
February 15, 2008

Families of Bombing Victims Question Wanted Terrorist's Presence in Syria
By Patrick Goodenough and Leandro Prada
February 15, 2008

Slain Navy Diver's Family Still Hoping for Justice
By Patrick Goodenough
February 15, 2008

Hizballah's Foothold in Iranian Embassies May Threatens Jews Around the World
By Julie Stahl
February 15, 2008

Gotcha!
By Jamie Glazov
February 14, 2008

The Targeted Killing of Imad Mugniyeh
By Alan M. Dershowitz
February 14, 2008

Hizballah Calls for 'Open War' on Israel
By Susan Jones
February 14, 2008

Israel Bracing for Revenge After Terrorist Killed
By Julie Stahl
February 14, 2008

Shi'ites, Sunnis Enraged by Terrorist's Death; Iran Blames America
By Patrick Goodenough
February 14, 2008

Hezbollah's Most Wanted Terrorist Died the Way He Lived
By Warren P. Strobel and Nancy A. Youssef
February 14, 2008

Mastermind's Death a 'Major Blow' to Hezbollah
By Stewart Bell
February 14, 2008

'Most-Wanted' Hizballah Terrorist Killed in Damascus
By Julie Stahl
February 13, 2008

Iran’s Arch-Terror Master Killed in Syria
By Kenneth R. Timmerman
February 13, 2008

Good Riddance: Imad Mugniyeh
By Max Boot
February 13, 2008

Hezbollah Trying to Demoralize the Lebanese Army
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr
February 3, 2008

Hezbollah’s Bags of Cash
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr
January 28, 2008

Islam's Global Army
By W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
January 7, 2008

Hezbollah’s Girl?
By Joel Mowbray
December 14, 2007

Iran's Mercenaries in Lebanon
By Elias Bejjani
November 15, 2007

Beirut: 24 Years Later
By Dr. Joseph Hitti
October 23, 2007

Has Hezbollah's Rise Come at Syria's Expense?
By Robert G. Rabil
Fall 2007

Musings on Media Coverage of the Middle East
By Barry Rubin
September 16, 2007

One Year Later: Hizballah Rebuilding, Israel Preparing for War
By Julie Stahl
July 12, 2007

Israel's Next War
By Cal Thomas
May 23, 2007

Hizbullah Training for Attacks on U.S.
By Telemundo
May 10, 2007

Welcome to Hizbullahland
By Michael J. Totten
April 5, 2007

Lebanese Media Discusses Hizbullah's Status in Lebanon
By H. Varulkar
March 14, 2007

Hizballah Growing Stronger, Israel Says
By Julie Stahl
February 20, 2007

Hezbollah Rising
By James Rosen
February 7, 2007

Hezbollah: Iran's Proxy in Lebanon
By Elias Bejjani
January 31, 2007

Lebanon's Fateful Showdown
By Amir Taheri
January 29, 2007

Hizballah Protests Meant to Weaken Western Resolve Against Iran, Expert Says
By Julie Stahl
January 24, 2007

Former Hizbullah Sec-Gen: Hizbullah Is an Integral Part of Iranian Intelligence
By MEMRI
January 19, 2007

Sa'd Al-Hariri: 'Iran is Playing a Dangerous Role in Lebanon'
By MEMRI
January 11, 2007

Despite Arab Diplomatic Efforts, Hizbullah Threatens Violent Escalation
By MEMRI
January 5, 2007

Hizbollah Paying Iranian Cash to Hamas for Rocket Attacks on Israel
By Militant Islam Monitor
December 27, 2006

The Death of Cedars?
By Mordechai Nisan
December 20, 2006

CAMERA Letter Addresses Hezbollah Misrepresentations
By Eric Rozenman
December 13, 2006

Hezbollah’s War Crimes
By Clifford D. May
December 8, 2006

Declassified: NYTimes Covers Hezbollah Misdemeanors
By Honest Reporting.com
December 6, 2006

Hizbullah's Planned March on Beirut is Like Mussolini's March on Rome
By MEMRI
November 28, 2006

Hizbullah: We Got USD 300 Million
By Roee Nahmias
November 21, 2006

Iran, Hizballah Making Moves to Topple Lebanon, Expert Says
By Julie Stahl
November 16, 2006

Hezbollah's Power Grab
By Peter Brookes
November 9, 2006

Shiites Against Hezbollah
By David Schenker 
November 8, 2006

How Russia Arms Terror
By Stephen Brown
November 3, 2006

Syria, Iran, Hizballah Trying to Topple Lebanon, US Says
By Julie Stahl
November 2, 2006

Hezbollah's Deadly Chess Match
By James G. Zumwalt
October 27, 2006

See No Hezbollah; Hear No Hezbollah; Speak No Hezbollah
By Mark D. Tooley
October 26, 2006

Who Betrayed Lebanon? And Who Watched It Happen?
By Dan Gordon
October 26, 2006

Hizbullah Used Cluster Bombs
By Hilary Leila Krieger
October 19, 2006

Nasrallah's Waning Popularity
By Olivier Guitta
October 6, 2006

Hezbollah Is for Lovers?
By Joe Kaufman
October 5, 2006

Hezbollah's Media Weapon
By Ricki Hollander
October 5, 2006

Hezbollah's New Mission
By David Schenker
October 2, 2006

Lebanese Shi'ite Mufti Harshly Criticizes Hizbullah for Its Conduct in the Recent Conflict
By MEMRI
September 22, 2006

Protecting Hezbollah
By Elias Bejjani
September 13, 2006

Hezbollah Setting Up West Bank Rocket Infrastructure
By Aaron Klein
September 5, 2006

Hezbollah's ‘Victory’
By Charles Krauthammer
September 1, 2006

Egyptian Weekly on Hizbullah's Armed Children's Militias
By MEMRI
September 1, 2006

A Little Rubble Can Be Very Persuasive
By Wesley Pruden
August 29, 2006

Hizballah Spreading Radical Goals With Fund-Raising Drives
By Julie Stahl
August 29, 2006

Counterfeit News
By David Frum
August 28, 2006

Intra-Shi'ite Criticism: Hizbullah Didn't Ask the Shi'ites About the War
By MEMRI
August 25, 2006

Hezbollah Didn't Win
By Amir Taheri
August 25, 2006

Funding Hezbollah: The Iranian Connection
By Elias Bejjani
August 23, 2006

Hezbollah's Survival: Lessons Learned
By Micah Halpern
August 23, 2006

The NYT: Hezbollah's Cheerleader
By Michael Reagan
August 21, 2006

Hezbollah's Propaganda "Victory"
By Jacob Laksin
August 21, 2006

A New Day of Mourning
By Abraham Miller
August 16, 2006

Lebanon Pays a High Price
By Joseph Hitti
August 15, 2006

Terror Leader: Hezbollah's War Shows Us Israel Can Be Defeated
By Aaron Klein
August 15, 2006

Hezbollah and Lebanon: Myths and Facts
By Alex Safian, PhD
August 13, 2006

Hezbollah's Final Solution
By Alan M. Dershowitz
August 11, 2006

Hezbollah - The Mainstream Media's New Love
By P. David Hornik
August 11, 2006

The UN Shield for Terror
By Joseph Klein
August 11, 2006

Abbas Endorses Hezbollah
By David Bedein
August 11, 2006

A Rational Deduction
By Emmett Tyrrell
August 10, 2006

Lebanon: Wrong on the UN Ceasefire
By Elias Bejjani
August 10, 2006

Media Lies and Hezbollah's Human Shields
By Jacob Laksin
August 10, 2006

The Honest Broker
By Andrew C. McCarthy
August 10, 2006

Soldiers from Iran Killed in Lebanon
By Aaron Klein
August 9, 2006

Invincible?
By Lee Smith
August 9, 2006

Havanna Hearts Hezbollah
By Myles Kantor
August 8, 2006

Death and Destruction Are Hezbollah's Goals
By Andrea Levin
August 8, 2006

IDF Captures Soldier's Kidnapper
Militant Islam Monitor
August 8, 2006

Muslim Wife and Kids Happy that Daddy Was Martyred and Show Their Love for Hezbollah
Militant Islam Monitor
August 8, 2006

Stop with the PC: Hezbollah's a Terrorist Group
By Diana West
August 7, 2006

Helping Hezbollah Win
By Jack Kelly
August 7, 2006

Debate in the Arab Countries - Is Hizbullah a 'Resistance' Organization or Not?
By MEMRI
August 7, 2006

Thank You, Hezbollah
By Dr. Joseph Hitti
August 7, 2006

Daring Commando Raid Pinpoints Hizbullah Missile Launch Site in Tyre - Captures Terrorists
Militant Islam Monitor
August 6, 2006

Ten Killed, Many Wounded as Hezbollah Missile Lands in Crowd of People in Galilee Town
Militant Islam Monitor
August 6, 2006

Hezbollah's War Crimes
By Ariel Cohen
August 4, 2006

Hezbollah’s Psych-Ops
By Clifford D. May
August 4, 2006

Finish the Job
By Kenneth R. Timmerman
August 3, 2006

Israel Moving Slowly to Save Lives, Analyst Says
By Julie Stahl
August 3, 2006

One Killed Scores Injured as Hezbollah Fires 200 Rockets into Israel
Militant Islam Monitor
August 3, 2006

Against the Wall
By Lee Smith
August 3, 2006

Australian PM Rejects Call to Soften on Hizballah
By Patrick Goodenough
August 3, 2006

Hezbollah on the Ropes
By Steve Schippert
August 3, 2006

Why Did Hezbollah Choose this Moment to Attack Israel?
By David Pryce-Jones
August 3, 2006

The Commander in Chief's Blood Pressure
By Emmett Tyrrell
August 2, 2006

Hezbollah's Twilight Zone
By Kathleen Parker
August 2, 2006

Falling into the Terrorists' Trap
By Robert W. Tracinski 
August 2, 2006

Stage-Managed Massacre
By Robert Spencer
August 2, 2006

Poor Lebanon
By Paul Greenberg
August 2, 2006

Palestinians Giving Heavy Weapons to Hezbollah
By Aaron Klein
August 2, 2006

Rewarding Depravity
By Rich Lowry
August 1, 2006

Hezbollah’s Triumph
By Alan M. Dershowitz
August 1, 2006

A Familiar Story in Lebanon
By Ted Lapkin
August 1, 2006

Russia Refuses to Outlaw Hizballah, Hamas
By Sergei Blagov
August 1, 2006

Photos that Damn Hezbollah
By Chris Link
July 31, 2006

How Nice to Be Hezbollah
By Bill Murchison
July 31, 2006

Hezbollah Is Our Enemy, too
By Jeff Jacoby
July 31, 2006

Lifting the Umbrella of Missile Terrorism
By Mario Loyola
July 31, 2006

Iranian Assistance to Hizbullah
By MEMRI
July 31, 2006

The Hezbollah Surprise
By Dan Darling
July 29, 2006

The French Connection
By Olivier Guitta
July 29, 2006

Target: Hezbollah
By Ralph Peters
July 28, 2006

No Peace through Weakness
By Debra J. Saunders
July 28, 2006

Iran Supplies Hezbollah with 3,000 More Rockets
By By Aaron Klein
July 27, 2006

Mohsen Rezai, Iranian Council Secretary: 'Ms. Rice Should Be Tried as First Female War Criminal'
By MEMRI
July 27, 2006

BB 'C' No Evil
By James Taranto
July 27, 2006

Different Shades of the Same Enemy
By Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld
July 27, 2006

Lebanese Blame Hezbollah
By Elias Bejjani
July 27, 2006

Iran's War
By Kenneth R. Timmerman
July 27, 2006

Israeli Cabinet Decides Not to Expand Ground War
By Julie Stahl
July 27, 2006

Disarm or Death
By Emanuele Ottolenghi
July 27, 2006

How the UN Legitimizes Terrorists
By Alan M. Dershowitz
July 26, 2006

Who’s Dissin’ Whom
By Claudia Rosett
July 26, 2006

Canadian General: UN Observer Post Used By Hizballah
By Little Green Footballs
July 26, 2006

Just Another Coincidence?
By Tony Blankley
July 26, 2006

Civilians Should Pay a Price for Supporting Terrorism
By John Hawkins
July 26, 2006

Hezbollah's Israeli Cheering Section
By Matthias Gebauer
July 26, 2006

Finishing What Clinton Left Undone
By Dick Morris
July 26, 2006

Funny Money? - II
By James Taranto
July 26, 2006

Mind of Mugniyeh
By Dan Darling
July 25, 2006

Israel, the Model
By William J. Bennett & Seth Leibsohn
July 25, 2006

Iran Pulls the War Strings; the Shiite Crescent
By Richard Z. Chesnoff
July 25, 2006

Hezbollah Didn't Expect War, Won't Lay Down Arms
By NewsMax.com
July 25, 2006

Aiding the Enemy
By Debbie Schlussel
July 25, 2006

Funny Money?
By James Taranto
July 25, 2006

Lebanon Is Not Innocent
By David Horowitz
July 24, 2006

Hezbollah's Iranian War in Iraq
By Dr. Walid Phares 
July 24, 2006

Global Struggles in Israel's Just War
By Robert J. Caldwell
July 24, 2006

IDF Continues to Destroy Hezbollah Strongholds
Militant Islam Monitor
July 24, 2006

This War May Have Just Begun
By Paul Greenberg
July 24, 2006

Iran Used Hezbollah to Kill 241 U.S. Servicemen
By Human Events
July 24, 2006

Keep in Mind: Hamas/Hezbollah War on Israel
By Lee Green
July 24, 2006

Europe Won't Call Hizballah Terrorists
By Patrick Goodenough
July 24, 2006

Give War a Chance: Hezbollah Starts a Fight, So it's Time to Teach Terror a Lesson
By Michael Goodwin
July 24, 2006

The Middle East Crisis - Local, Regional, and Global; Conventional and Nuclear - Part II
By Y.Carmon, A. Savyon, N. Toobiyan and Y. Mansharof
July 24, 2006

Terror in Buenos Aires
By Aaron Mannes
July 24, 2006

No Cease-Fire
By Benjamin Netanyahu
July 23, 2006

Taking Terrorists at Their Word
By Rich Tucker
July 22, 2006

Europe Meets Israel
By Jeffrey Gedmin
July 22, 2006

Hezbollah's Arsenal
By Dan Darling
July 21, 2006

Ceasefire Now?
By Mona Charen
July 21, 2006

Bibi Was Right
By Bridget Johnson
July 21, 2006

National Interests
By Clifford D. May
July 21, 2006

Loyalty Test: Time to Declare War on the Enemy
By Diana West
July 21, 2006

Beach Scene with Murderers
By Paul Greenberg
July 21, 2006

An Acceptable Ceasefire
By Caroline B. Glick
July 21, 2006

More Fierce Clashes Along Israeli-Lebanese Border
By Julie Stahl
July 21, 2006

U.S. Should Not Impose a Ceasefire Deadline on Israel
By Ariel Cohen
July 21, 2006

Hostage to Hezbollah
By Fouad Ajami
July 21, 2006

Terrorism as Social Contract
By Mario Loyola
July 20, 2006

Noam Chomsky's Support for Hezbollah
By Zachary Hughes
July 20, 2006

Noam Chomsky: "Hezbullah's Insistence on Keeping its Arms Is Justified"
Militant Islam Monitor
July 20, 2006

Boys Will Be Boys
By Bob Tyrrell
July 20, 2006

Ahmed Bar the Door: From Incidents to Two-Front War
By Paul Greenberg
July 20, 2006

Disproportionate?
By Hugh Hewitt
July 20, 2006

Crisis in the Middle East: Civilization at Stake
By Larry Elder
July 20, 2006

Take Off the Gloves
By Max Boot
July 20, 2006

Iran's Proxy War Against America
By Kenneth R. Timmerman
July 20, 2006

Israel Has No Choice But to Fight Back
By Peter Klein
July 20, 2006

Defang Hezbollah
By Washington Times
July 20, 2006

Hezbollah: Kidnapped Israeli Soldiers " Far Away"
Militant Islam Monitor
July 20, 2006

Israel Giving Up 'Element of Surprise' to Save Civilian Lives
By Julie Stahl
July 20, 2006

Arab Americans Say Israel Targeting Civilians, Urge Ceasefire
By Monisha Bansal
July 20, 2006

Hizballah Activity in North America
By Andrew Cochran
July 19, 2006

Israel at War
By Jonathan Rosenblum
July 19, 2006

Hezbollah Demand to Release Child Killer for Soldiers Shows Need for Terrorist Death Penalty
Militant Islam Monitor
July 19, 2006

Hezbollah Is Already Here
By Michelle Malkin
July 19, 2006

A Hamas-Hezbollah Split?
By Micah Halpern
July 19, 2006

Iran Against the Arabs
By Michael Rubin
July 19, 2006

Restraint Means Genocide
By Joseph Puder
July 19, 2006

Why a Cease-Fire Makes No Sense for Israel
By Jonah Goldberg
July 19, 2006

Lebanon: The Only Exit Strategy
By Charles Krauthammer
July 19, 2006

Lessons Learned
By Jed Babbin
July 19, 2006

Hezbollah's Options
By Dan Darling
July 19, 2006

How to Contain the Crisis in Lebanon
By James Phillips and James J. Carafano
July 19, 2006

Send Condi?
By William F. Buckley
July 19, 2006

Cool Your Heels, Madame Secretary
By NRO Editors
July 19, 2006

The Address Is in Damascus
By Meyrav Wurmser
July 19, 2006

Israel's Critics Aren't Allowing Truth to Get in Their Way -- and a Warning
By Ed Koch
July 19, 2006

Our Common Enemy
By Linda Chavez
July 19, 2006

Israel's Military Operation Open-Ended, Olmert Says
By Julie Stahl
July 19, 2006

Saudis Blame Israel
By Patrick Goodenough
July 19, 2006

Israel Threatens to Attack Syria
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Knowing the Enemy
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Israel’s Challenge
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What Are They Thinking?
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States of Terror
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Hizballah: Iran's Tool
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June 20, 2006

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July 4, 2005

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June 5, 2005

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May 26, 2005

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Fall 2002

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  • Muslim terrorist group that opposes the West and Israel, and seeks to create an Islamic fundamentalist state modeled on Iran
  • Receives aid from Iran and Syria
  • States that it “sees no legitimacy for the existence of ‘Israel’”




Hezbollah, whose name means "Party of God," is a Lebanese organization of several thousand Shiite militants that opposes the West and Israel, and seeks to create in Lebanon a Muslim fundamentalist state modeled on Iran. Its primary mission is to destroy the state of Israel and, in the process, to murder as many Jews as possible. Describing itself as "an Islamic struggle movement," Hezbollah condemns "the Zionist occupation of Palestine" and candidly states that it "sees no legitimacy for the existence of ‘Israel.’”

The Hezbollah Founding Statement contains a section titled "The Necessity for the Destruction of Israel, which reads: "We see in Israel the vanguard of the United States in our Islamic world.  It is the hated enemy that must be fought until the hated ones get what they deserve. ... Our primary assumption in our fight against Israel states that the Zionist entity is aggressive from its inception, and built on lands wrested from their owners, at  the expense of the rights of the Muslim people. Therefore our struggle will end only when this entity is obliterated. We recognize no treaty with it, no cease fire, and no peace agreements, whether separate or consolidated. We vigorously condemn all plans for negotiation with Israel, and regard all negotiators as enemies, for the reason that such negotiation is nothing but the recognition of the legitimacy of the Zionist occupation of Palestine."

Inspired by the Iranian Revolution of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Hezbollah was formed in 1982 with the aid of at least 1,500 Iranian Revolutionary Guards; its immediate priority was to fight the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) that occupied Lebanon at the time, and to help spread Khomeini's Revolution across the Muslim world. Embracing the distinctly Shiite Islamist ideology developed by Khomeini, Hezbollah gradually coalesced and grew when a number of Shiite groups -- such as Islamic Jihad, the Organization of the Oppressed on Earth, and the Revolutionary Justice Organization -- were assimilated into it. By 1988 Hezbollah had replaced Amal as the predominant Shiite force in Lebanon. Its base of operation is in Lebanon’s Shiite-dominated areas, including parts of Beirut, southern Lebanon, and the Bekaa Valley. Moreover, U.S. intelligence reports say that Hezbollah has set up working cells in Europe, Africa, South America, and North America.

According to the U.S. State Department, Hezbollah receives "substantial amounts of financial, training, weapons, explosives, political, diplomatic, and organizational aid from Iran and Syria." The organization's annual operational budget is believed to be between $200 million and $500 million, including some $100 million from Iran. 

Hezbollah plays an important role in Lebanese politics. It won 8 new Parliamentary seats in Lebanon’s 2005 elections, giving the group a total of 23 seats in the 128-member Parliament. In addition, two Hezbollah members serve as ministers in the Lebanese government. Hezbollah also operates the Al-Manar satellite television channel and broadcast station.

Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, the fiery preacher of jihad, is considered to be Hezbollah’s current spiritual leader. Imad Fayez Mugniyah, who trained with Yasser Arafat’s Fatah organization in the 1970s, is Hezbollah’s key planner of worldwide terrorist operations. And the organization's senior political leader is Hassan Nasrallah, a former military commander who studied in centers of Shiite theology in Iran and Iraq.

Between 1982 and 2005, Hezbollah was responsible for some 200 terrorist attacks that killed many hundreds of people. Among these actions were a number of kidnappings of Westerners; the 1983 suicide truck bombings in Beirut that killed 241 U.S. Marines in their barracks; the 1983 U.S. embassy bombing (also in Beirut) that killed killed 63 people, including 17 Americans; the 1983 bombing of the French multinational force headquarters that killed 58 French troops; the 1985 hijacking of TWA flight 847, in which one American passenger was murdered; the 1992 bombing of the Israeli embassy in Argentina, which killed 29; and the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Argentina, which killed 95.  

Hezbollah’s popularity in Lebanon received a great boost in May 2000, when Israel withdrew its troops from that country’s southern region after having maintained a continuous military presence there for 18 years. Hezbollah depicted the Israeli withdrawal as a great victory for the Muslim “resistance,” and continued to periodically shell Israeli forces in the Shebaa Farms border zone. It also continued to work against Israel by: helping terrorists and collaborators use foreign documents to gain passage through the border crossings; establishing a terrorist infrastructure inside Israel and in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip; smuggling weapons and terrorists across Israel's borders; and giving financial support to militant Palestinian organizations. Moreover, between 2000 and 2006 Hezbollah armed itself with an estimated 13,000 military rockets (with ranges of 12 to 40 miles) supplied by Syria and Iran.

Since 2003 Hezbollah has worked more closely with other Palestinian terrorist organizations such as Islamic Jihad, Hamas, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and, especially, Tanzim. Hezbollah has also been a major supplier of weapons to Hamas.

In July 2006 Hezbollah conducted a surprise raid on a border post in northern Israel, taking two Israeli soldiers captive. The abductions prompted an Israeli military campaign against Lebanon, to which Hezbollah responded by firing hindreds of rockets across the Lebanese border and into heavily populated Israeli cities. It launched these rockets from civilian areas in Lebanon, making it impossible for Israel to retaliate without causing civilian casualties, which Hezbollah then exploited for propaganda purposes. On July 14, 2006, Hezbollah struck an Israeli Saar 5-class missile ship and an Egyptian-crewed cargo ship with highly sophisticated C-802 anti-ship missiles. Manufactured in China, these missiles need highly trained operators to crew them -- a function that most likely was performed by Iranian Revolutionary Guard troops. The fighting continued for a month, during which Israel targeted many Hezbollah strongholds, and Hezbollah launched more than 4,000 rockets into Israeli cities, killing 43 people and injuring thousands.

On December 10, 2006, hundreds of thousands of Hezbollah members and their Shiite allies rallied to demand that Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora, a Sunni, establish a “national unity government” wherein Hezbollah would be allotted one-third of all Cabinet posts. Hezbollah deputy leader Sheik Naim Kassem declared that his side was willing to stage street protests for months to achieve its goal. "Does Bush want popular expression in Lebanon?" Kassem thundered to the crowd. "Do the West and the Arabs want to hear the voice of the people in Lebanon? Tell them 'Death to America!' Tell them 'Death to Israel!'"

In May 2007 Kassem stated that all of his organization’s policies and activities are coordinated with, and ultimately controlled by, Iranian leadership. "Even when it comes to firing rockets on Israeli civilians, when they [Israel] bombed the civilians on our side, even that decision requires an in-principle permission from [the ruling jurisprudent]," Kassem said in reference to Supreme Iranian Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. "Hezbollah relied and relies still in its Islamic religious position, which has to do with its activity in general and its jihadist activity in particular, on the decision of [Khamenei]. The ruling jurisprudent is the one who allows and the one who prohibits."

Also in May 2007, it was reported that Hezbollah had set up a training facility in a relatively secluded area on the Paraguay-Argentina-Brazil border, in preparation for attacks against the United States.

In July 2007, Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah said -- in an interview aired by Al-Jazeera and Al-Manar television -- that his group possessed an arsenal of rockets capable of reaching "any corner and any point in occupied Palestine" (i.e., Israel), including Tel Aviv.

At a nine-nation security conference held in Jerusalem in May 2008, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said that Hezbollah -- “in terms of capabilities, in terms of range of weapons they have, in terms of internal discipline” -- makes al Qaeda look like “a minor league team.” Israeli analysts agreed that Hezbollah was the top terrorist organization in the world. According to Dr. Walid Phares, director of the Future Terrorism Project at the Washington-based Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah had “basically defeated” American efforts to build democracy in Lebanon. “His model will be used [by Hamas] in Gaza,” said Phares.

in 2009, Hezbollah joined the Lebanese government and won virtual veto power over all its decisions. Hezbollah brought down that government on January 12, 2011, after Prime Minister Saad Hariri refused to obey the group's demand that he stop cooperating with a United Nations-backed tribunal investigating the 2005 assassination of his father, former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

In response to Hariri's refusal, Hezbollah and its allies resigned from the Cabinet, thereby forcing the government's collapse. Both sides then began scrambling to secure the support of at least 65 lawmakers, the number needed to form a government in Lebanon's 128-seat Parliament. On January 24, Hezbollah succeeded in securing that support. This set the stage for the group to name its own candidate, billionaire businessman Najib Mikati, as the nation's next prime minister.

In August 2011, Walid Sakariya -- a Hezbollah member of Lebanon’s parliament -- predicted that Israel would be destroyed by a “Shiite crescent” in a war with hundreds of thousands of deaths. This war, he said, could commence after two things happened: (a) Iraq was absorbed into Iran’s bloc after a U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq, and (b) the Syrian regime managed to put down the popular uprising against it. Those prerequisites, Sakariya explained, would enable the formation of an Iranian-Syrian-Hezbollah axis capable of mobilizing more than 100 million people in a war against Israel.

In September 2011, the Italian daily Corriere della Sera reported that Hezbollah is setting up a base of operations in Cuba in order to extend its ability to reach Israeli targets in Latin America. According to the Tel Aviv daily Yedioth Ahronoth, three Hezbollah members had already arrived in Cuba to set up the base, which was to "include 23 operatives, hand-picked by Talal Hamia, a senior member tasked with heading the covert operation." Hezbollah referred to the project as “The Caribbean Case.”

On May 9, 2013 -- a week after Israel had bombed Iranian missiles that were sent to Syria for delivery to Hezbollah -- Hezbollah supreme leader Hassan Nasrallah boasted that the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad would ship “game-changing” weapons to the terrorist organization.

 

 

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