Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah threatens Israel after Beirut 'drone attack'; vows to 'do everything' to thwart future strikes
The head of Hezbollah on Sunday threatened Israel after a 'drone attack' on the Lebanese Shiite movement's Beirut stronghold, vowing to 'do everything' to thwart future attacks
Whether it's joy, political passion or grief, for many Lebanese, there's only one way to show it: by lifting a gun and firing off rounds into the air.
Thousands of Hezbollah supporters marched on Monday behind the yellow-draped coffin of one of its most prominent fighters.
The leader of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group showed up at a Shiite religious ceremony in southern Beirut on Thursday, vowing to keep his fighters in neighboring Syria as long as needed to shore up President Bashar Assad's struggle against Syria's rebels.