As Iran’s most prominent, powerful proxy, Hezbollah is committed to avenging Qassem Soleimani’s death. But the Party of God can't risk inviting the kind of U.S. retaliation that would push Lebanon over the edge
David Daoud is a research analyst at United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), focusing on Hezbollah and Lebanon.
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