Hezbollah is part of the Lebanon government, but the clout of a group whose military arsenal outstrips that of Lebanon’s own armed forces is far greater than its share of cabinet posts. Photo: AP Hezbollah is part of the Lebanon government, but the clout of a group whose military arsenal outstrips that of Lebanon’s own armed forces is far greater than its share of cabinet posts. Photo: AP
Hezbollah is part of the Lebanon government, but the clout of a group whose military arsenal outstrips that of Lebanon’s own armed forces is far greater than its share of cabinet posts. Photo: AP
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Hariri exit as Lebanon’s PM raises spectre of fresh civil war, conflict with Israel

Other than just an internal conflict, analysts also do not rule out an external attack on Hezbollah, be it by Saudi Arabia directly or by the Shiite militia’s arch-foe Israel

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Hezbollah is part of the Lebanon government, but the clout of a group whose military arsenal outstrips that of Lebanon’s own armed forces is far greater than its share of cabinet posts. Photo: AP Hezbollah is part of the Lebanon government, but the clout of a group whose military arsenal outstrips that of Lebanon’s own armed forces is far greater than its share of cabinet posts. Photo: AP
Hezbollah is part of the Lebanon government, but the clout of a group whose military arsenal outstrips that of Lebanon’s own armed forces is far greater than its share of cabinet posts. Photo: AP
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