And further crippling the Lebanese economy in the process.
The new government puts the country more firmly in Iran’s clutches.
And it’s winning.
Border towns have seen a half-century of violence, and expect more.
Give a man a missile, and he’ll terrorize for a day. Give him a missile factory, and he’ll terrorize for a lifetime.
Boosting Syria and Hizballah at the same time.
With Hizballah’s guns trained on the Lebanese people, efforts to promote democracy and reform will hit a wall.
The managing partner for Iran’s network of proxy armies.
An international force cowed by Hizballah can’t keep the terrorist group in line.
First the PLO, and then Hizballah, destabilized the country to fight Israel.
“Terrorists take their place in the first row, we in Europe in the second.”
Who’s deterring whom?
Putin’s foreign minister entertained Hizballah in Moscow.
The U.S. and EU should impose sanctions.