Hezbollah

Terrorism and humor: a satirical show severely criticizing Hezbollah was shown on Lebanese LBC-TV

It focused on Katyusha attacks and Hamas’s boasts concerning a “balance of deterrence” with Israel and “liberating” the Shebaa Farms. Lebanese Shi’ites rioted and the satirical show was quickly taken off the air.
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Katyusha rockets fired deep into the Galilee led to a day of exchange of heavy fire between the IDF and Hezbollah, the most significant since Israel withdrew from Lebanon (May 2000)

May 28th was a day of exchange of heavy fire between the IDF and Hezbollah, the most significant since Israel withdrew from Lebanon six years ago. It began with Katyusha fire deep into the Galilee, continued with Israeli Air Force attacks on two Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command (PFLP-CG) bases
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Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah general secretary, publicly admits his organization provides funds for Palestinian terrorist organizations

On April 27, the Lebanese newspaper Al-Safir printed an in-depth interview with Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah general secretary, focusing on internal Lebanese and Middle East issues. One of the questions was whether Hezbollah was supplying weapons to “Palestinian elements” (i.e., the Palestinian terrorist organizations).
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Another limitation placed by the international community on broadcasts emanating from Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV station

The American Department of the Treasury designated Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV and Radio Al-Nour as terrorist entities pursuant to Executive Order 13224, which gives it the tools to enforce sanctions against their activities in the United States.
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In an unusual public statement, Zakaria Zubeidi, chief of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in Jenin, admits that his organization receives operative assistance from Hezbollah (funds, arms and training), and that the organization exerts much influence on him

Zakaria Zubeidi, chief of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in Jenin, recently granted an interview in which he publicly admitted, in an uncharacteristic fashion, that his organization receives operative assistance from Hezbollah and that Iran exerts much influence on him (referring to his organization).
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The fight against Hezbollah’s inciting broadcasts: the French authorities reject Al-Manar’s request to allow the resumption of its broadcasts in France

France’s Conseil d’État (a legal body assisting the French government with legal advice) decided to reject an appeal submitted by the Lebanese Communication Group—Al-Manar (i.e., the operators of Hezbollah’s television channel) to revoke the decision of the Supreme Audiovisual Council (December 17, 2004). The decision bans the station’s broadcasts in France (AFP, January 6, 2006).
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