Hezbollah

Explosions at Hezbollah arms caches in villages south of the Litani (Tair Filsay and Khirbet Silim) prove the organization maintains an active military infrastructure in south Lebanon.

UNIFIL and the Lebanese army are helpless to prevent Hezbollah’s military buildup, which is a gross violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701.
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The report issued by the Argentinean Attorney General regarding the suicide bombing attack at the AMIA building in Buenos Aires

On October 25, 2006, Dr. Alberto Nisman, the attorney general of Argentina, and prosecutor Marcelo Martínez made public the findings of the investigation into the suicide bombing attack at the AMIA building in Buenos Aires on July 18, 1994. According to the report Ahmad Vahidi, who at the end of the 1980s and beginning of
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Exposure of a Hezbollah network in Egypt: state of affairs, implications, and reactions in Egypt and in the Arab and Muslim world

In late 2008, Egyptian security services exposed a Hezbollah network which operated on Egyptian soil.
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Two rare statements about Iran-Hezbollah relations:

Ali Akbar Velayati, advisor to the Supreme Leader Khamenei, admits Iran fully supports Hezbollah. Sheikh Naim Qassem, Hezbollah’s deputy secretary general, says Hezbollah derives legitimacy for its activities from Khamenei.
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Explosion in Hezbollah weapons depot in the village of Khirbet Silim exposes the existence of an active Hezbollah military infrastructure south of the Litani river.

UNIFIL and the Lebanese army are shown helpless and unable to prevent Hezbollah’s military buildup, a gross and flagrant violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701.
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Initial Arab-Muslim responses to President Obama’s speech in Cairo from Iran and Hezbollah, Syria, the Palestinian arena and the global jihad

American President Barack Obama’s speech in Cairo was intended as a historic moment to redefine the status, image and mutual relations between the United States and the Arab-Muslim world.
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