Losing Its Strength in Lebanon, Hezbollah Is Left Unprotected

A fringe action, whose explosions go no further than a single neighborhood or town, can start a snowball effect.

Three bomb attacks in a single month, two in Beirut’s southern suburbs and one in the Bekaa Valley’s Hermel district, plus the assassination in December of high-ranking Hezbollah operative Hassan al-Laqis, are no random trickling of...