Hezbollah: A History of the "Party of God"
Harvard University Press, Sep 10, 2012 - Political Science - 232 pages
Hezbollah’s revolutionary role in global politics has invited lionization and vilification, rather than a clear-eyed view of its place in history. Now that the party is in power, how will Hezbollah reconcile its regional obligations with its religious beliefs? This nonpartisan account offers insights that Western media have missed or misunderstood.
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