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Tehran's Proxy Army: Iran's Regional Role
Also published in Labor Friends of Israel
Over the past decade, Hezbollah has intensified its aggressive activities across the Middle East and now presides over a widening network of proxies.
Lebanese Hezbollah, the “Party of God,” is a militant Shiite terrorist organization and a critical component of what security officials typically refer to as the “Iran Threat Network.” Committed to the spread of Iran’s Shiite Islamic Revolution, Hezbollah is dedicated not only to the destruction of Israel but also to undermining the Gulf States and other countries in the region that challenge Tehran’s hegemony and the spread of its revolutionary ideology. In the past decade, Hezbollah’s role in Iran’s malign regional activities has increased dramatically…
Read the full essay, which originally appeared in the collection "Iran: A Darkening Picture at Home and Abroad," published by Labour Friends of Israel.