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Hezbollah: The Changing Face of Terrorism

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Since the assassination of Rafik Hariri in early 2005, Lebanese politics has been plunged into a new era. Will Syrian withdrawal send the country back into civil war? How will the seismic political shifts underway affect the stability of the region? At the center of the turmoil stands one player that will affect the outcome more than any other: Hezbollah. Hezbollah, or the ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 7th 2005 by I. B. Tauris (first published April 3rd 2003)
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Michael Griswold
Jun 22, 2011 Michael Griswold rated it liked it
Hezbollah: The Changing Face of Terrorism offers a history of Hezbollah that is now outdated, so as with Hamas this should not be the only book you read, but it provides a good starting point for learning about the basic origins and mission of Hezbollah offering a look at the clanistic regional politics of Lebanon. As noted by a previous reviewer, one man's terrorist group is another's resistance movement. The Lebanese people have been trying to drive Israel from land that they feel belongs to t ...more
Syed
Aug 19, 2012 Syed rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Detailed account of Hezbollah activities. It proves that, if the support of the people are available to any group, even the super powers can not do anything against them.

It shows the positive face and the intention of the leadership of Hezbollah to bring change in the society. Though the funding and political support provided by Iran and Syria respectively, if the willingness to get maximum use of these resources were not there, the movement would have ended up like others in past.

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