Though Strengthened in Syria, Hezbollah Faces Unprecedented Dangers Within

Hezbollah fighters at a memorial service in Tefahta village, south Lebanon, Feb. 13, 2016 (AP Photo by Mohammed Zaatari).
Hezbollah fighters at a memorial service in Tefahta village, south Lebanon, Feb. 13, 2016 (AP Photo by Mohammed Zaatari).
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BEIRUT—In late August, an Israeli airstrike on a compound south of Damascus killed two Hezbollah fighters, who had reportedly been working alongside members of the Quds Force, the elite branch of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, to launch drone attacks on Israeli territory. According to the Israeli army, the airstrike thwarted an imminent attack. Hours later, two mini rotary drones, one fitted with explosives, crashed into the southern suburbs of Beirut, a Hezbollah stronghold, damaging a Hezbollah media office. Details of the incident remain foggy, but reports suggest that Israel had dispatched the drones to target a machine used to […]

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