The push is further adding to Lebanon’s severe financial and economic crisis, with officials warning the country’s economy can’t withstand the strain
In a televised speech, Hezbollah leader says new focus, now in the hands of fighters in the field, would be on targeting Israeli drones entering Lebanon's skies
Nasrallah may have issued a very direct threat during this round of hostilities, but Iranian interests and domestic Lebanese pressure are holding him back
Both leaders have avoided turning their belligerent bluster into wider confrontations, being experienced enough to know the limitations of military power
Analysis Israel Broke the Rules of the Game With Hezbollah, and Now the Ball Is in Nasrallah's Court
The strike in Syria, the mysterious incident in Lebanon and reports on attacks on Iraqi border: In 24 hours a serious escalation between Israel and Iran got underway. But in the short term, the real threat may actually not come from Tehran
Argentinian authorities order the freezing of Hezbollah assets in the country
Military identifies key sites as potential targets, as Iran-backed Lebanese group working to improve missile precision
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Fear is Hezbollah's lethal weapon. And its propaganda war is working: Hassan Nasrallah's extravagant threats, endlessly amplified by the Israeli media, now constrains IDF action against the Iranian proxy group
Lebanese freedom advocate Nizar Zakka's release should be perceived as a 'sign of respect' for Hezbollah and its leader Nasrallah, Iranian news outlets cite an anonymous source as saying
The Lebanese group's leader warned that if a war ensues as a result of the U.S.-Iran tensions, it could 'set the whole region ablaze'
Iran has used militant groups throughout Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Gaza to strike its regional foes, which it might also do amid recent mounting tensions with the U.S.
Hezbollah chief reveals how the Israeli soldiers were tracked in Lebanon in 1997 and offers hints about a mysterious murder of a militant leader in Syria
'However, Israel is a sneaky and jealous enemy, and we must be prepared for every possible situation,' Hezbollah leader says
Nasrallah says Iran and its allies may retaliate over U.S. designating Revolutionary Guards as a terror group, says all options are on the table
Hassan Nasrallah is urging supporters to send money to the terror group, calls Western sanctions 'a form of war'
'Nasrallah has been stuck in a bunker for 12 years. What is your excuse?'
Nasrallah told Lebanon's Al-Mayadeen TV station that one of the tunnels discovered by Israel is more than 13 years old, predating UN Security Council Resolution passed after Second Lebanon War
Shi’ite messianism these days is confronted by Judeo-Christian messianism. The question is whether a countdown has started to another destructive war
By threatening Israel, Hezbollah is undermining those who have the right and the obligation to battle it and those who express solidarity with the Palestinian people
The State Department also designated the son of Hezbollah's leader a terrorist and blacklisted Al-Mujahidin Brigades, which it said had links to Hezbollah and had plotted a number of attacks against Israeli targets
Hassan Nasrallah says U.S. sanctions on Iran have no impact on the Lebanese militia; warns his group would respond to any attacks from Israel.
Nasrallah said Thursday that Hezbollah is getting precision rockets despite Israeli actions to cut smuggling routes through Syria. 'I suggest that he think not twice but twenty times,' Netanyahu says
Hezbollah says Israel’s attacks on Syria are intolerable ■ Assad sends a condolence cable to Putin, blaming Israel for incident
Hezbollah leader says 'last year 44,000 soldiers met with psychiatrists,' referring to report that the number of soldiers meeting mental health officers has gone up by 40 percent
Hezbollah chief Nasrallah says Israelis prefer to watch cooking shows than to go into battle. Researchers tend to agree – and see it as an advantage
Nasrallah adds that U.S. military had kept its strikes limited because it knew a wider attack would spark retaliation from Damascus and its allies and inflame the Middle East
Ground forces chief Yaakov Barak says Hezbollah has tunnels not necessarily to infiltrate Israel but to store weapons and shelter fighters
The Israeli army is not about to cross the border despite the Saudis’ anger at Iranian meddling and the Syrian drone that Israel shot down in the north
Hezbollah chief says there was no internal Lebanese reason for Saad Hariri's decision