On March 31, 2017, tens of armed and masked militants of Lebanese Hezbollah militia concluded a meeting inside the al-Awsiya mosque.
Abductions and forced disappearances in Middle East conflict zones have been on the rise in recent years.
Lt. Colonel Muhannad al-Talla revealed that talks are underway with representatives of the US-led Global Coalition to Counter ISIS.
The raging war between Hezbollah and al-Nusra-Front in Arsal region raises several questions about militia wars.
Smuggling fuel products by organized crime networks and random gangs using soft borders in conflict zones, has increased significantly.
Will Iran Replicate the Hezbollah Model in Afghanistan?
The prospect of Iran replicating the Lebanese Hezbollah model in other countries can no longer be ruled out.
How do ‘Mercenaries’ affect conflicts in the Middle East?
The utilization of mercenaries has become one of the key predicaments in the Middle East, particularly in the hotbeds of armed conflict