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The New York Times on May 12 said maps and aerial photography provided by Israeli military officials illustrated that Hizbullah had moved most of its Lebanon-bound military infrastructure into the Shi'ite villages of Southern Lebanon and around their perimeters.
The complicated options would go to two related phenomena: (1) the tangled dynamics of Hizbullah's relations inside Lebanon and around the GME, and (2) the fact that the Israeli attack occurred on the Syrian side of the Golan front - an almost routine event, which actually hit three targets in one, namely Hizbullah, the Assad dictatorship and Iran.
Observers were in position to wait and see whether or not Hizbullah meant what it had said.
Summary: Lebanon's Hizbullah group said that Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah has been re-elected as its leader for a sixth term.
A report published by the daily AN NAHAR Monday said that the militant Shiite Hizbullah Party is currently engaged in "an open war with America's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
The source added that relations between Hizbullah and the United Nations are strained due to a number of thorny issues, which tend to target the Shiite group and its contentious military arsenal.
The MP reminded that Hizbullah has tried to control Beirut and the Lebanese people and then to stage a coup through its black shirt loyalists.
The officer warned against any Hizbullah aggression following the issuance of indictments by the United Nations-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL).
Nasrallah may have likely been referring to a statement made last year by Israeli Army Northern Command chief Gabi Eisenkot who described what he called the "Dahiya doctrine," Israel's use of disproportional force to destroy small Lebanese villages where Hizbullah rockets were fired.
This article is divided into three parts: 1) an introduction that contextualizes the need for resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict; 2) the main body of the article develops the discourses of many Islamic fundamentalist movements, especially Hamas, al-Jihad al-Islami and Hizbullah, on the current peace negotiations and agreements.