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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Dominique Avon and Anaïs-Trissa Khatchadourian ; translated by Jane Marie Todd|
|Contributions||Khatchadourian, Anaïs-Trissa, Todd, Jane Marie, 1957-|
|LC Classifications||JQ1828.A98 H6219513 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012007747|
Hezbollah is an important book for scholars, policymakers, students, and the general public interested in international security, terrorism, international criminal organizations, and Middle East studies.
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The book describes the evolution of Hezbollah since its establishment. It gives a historic background of the Shiites in Lebanon and how social and political factors led to the rise of Imam Mousa Sader and the initiation of Harakat al Mahroumeen and how the Iranian influence after the revolution was able to produce Hezbollah which started as a military ideological organization and then evolved /5.
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Iranian and Hezbollah Operations in South America: Then and Now By Levitt, Matthew Prism: a Journal of the Center for Complex Operations, Vol. 5, No. 4, January 1, Read preview Overview Hezbollah's Employment Suicide Bombing during the s: The Theological, Political, and Operational Development of a New Tactic By Helmer, Daniel.
Lightning Out of Lebanon reveals how, Hezbollah book ina cunning and deadly Hezbollah terrorist named Mohammed Youssef Hammoud operated a cell in Charlotte, North Carolina, under the radar of American intelligence.
The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and by: 9. This book discusses Hezbollah's political ideology and the conditions that allow the organization to evolve.
The book studies conflict in the Middle East in terms of conditions that influence ideology and insurgency with unique attention to contextual factors in Syria and : Palgrave Macmillan.
To research his book, he accumulated a vast collection of Hezbollah -related documents, including indictments and transcripts of the trials of its members around the world about their illicit.
Plusses: The book has a wealth of detail on the terrorist activities of Hezbollah, how they relate to the interests of Iran, and how they relate to Hezbollah's charitable activities. It also highlighted how Hezbollah acts as a criminal group and its connections to /5.
‘ The book is an important resource for serious scholars of the Middle East and a great read for anyone interested in better understanding the region. No one has catalogued Hezbollah’s clandestine activities in such forensic detail as Levitt.’—The Muslim World Book Review, Based on an increasingly inside view of Hezbollah, this book is an opportunity for the Western reader to see for himself what this headline-grabbing group is all about/5.
In the edition of Hezbollah, first published inBoston University professor Augustus Richard Norton adds new chapters on the complex dynamics of the Syrian war involving the United States, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Russia, Iran, and the Shi’a militant organization, Hezbollah, the primary focus of the all versions, most chapters tell the story of Hezbollah as a formidable.
The book concludes with a look at Hezbollah's integral and ongoing role in Iran's 'shadow war' with Israel and the West, including plots targeting civilians around the world.
Levitt shows convincingly that Hezbollah's willingness to deploy violence at home and abroad, its global reach, and its proxy-patron relationship with the Iranian regime /5(24). Hezbollah was founded in the early s as part of an Iranian effort to aggregate a variety of militant Lebanese Shia groups into a unified organization.
Hezbollah acts as a proxy for Iran in the ongoing Iran–Israel proxy conflict. Hezbollah was conceived by Muslim Headquarters: Beirut, Lebanon. 'This book provides a most interesting account of the Hezbollah phenomenon by examining the dynamics of socialization of the movement.
It highlights in an extremely usefully way the interaction between the nature of conflict in Lebanon and in the region, and the formation of.
"In his new book Hezbollah, Augustus Richard Norton provides a succinct account of the group's rise from the chaos created by Israel's invasions and occupation of Lebanon in the late s and early s, which ended only in Hizbullah (Hezbollah) book.
Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Hezbollah intrigues all the more for the difficulty involved in studying it. Its weakening, if not demise, has been announced many times since its inception in the early s.
But the fact is that Hezbollah has never stopped growing in power, on the national stage as well as in a regional context.
This book has three purposes. [A] readable account of Hezbollah's rise by an experienced journalist, [Jaber's work] gives a broad account of the origins of Hezbollah and its expanding influence.
Jon Van Camp, International Socialist Review Essential for any who would study the region's past, present, and possible futures. Midwest Book Review: California Bookwatch. Hezbollah is an important book for scholars, policymakers, students, and the general public interested in international security, terrorism, international criminal organizations, and Middle East studies.
Hezbollah - Lebanon's 'Party of God' - is a multifaceted organisation: it is a powerful political party in Lebanon, a Shia religious and social movement, Lebanon's largest militia, a close ally of Iran, and a terrorist organisation.
Drawing on a wide range of sources, including recently declassified government documents, court records, and personal interviews with intelligence officials 1/5(1). The book concludes with a look at Hezbollah’s integral, ongoing role in Iran’s shadow war with Israel and the West, including plots targeting civilians around the world.
Levitt shows convincingly that Hezbollah’s willingness to use violence at home and abroad, its global reach, and its proxy-patron relationship with the Iranian regime. In the book, Wistrich described Hezbollah's anti-Semitism as; contempt normally reserved for weak and cowardly enemies.
Like the Hamas propaganda for holy war, that of Hezbollah has relied on the endless vilification of Jews as 'enemies of mankind,' 'conspiratorial, obstinate, and conceited' adversaries full of 'satanic plans' to enslave the Arabs.
Hezbollah (Party of God) has long been known as a Jihadist terrorist organization of global reach. They have conducted operations throughout the Middle East, in Thailand, Bulgaria, Argentina, and elsewhere in Europe and Latin America. Hezbollah has also conducted operations in Canada and the United States.
Hezbollah has become notorious since the early s for. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. This is a list of some of the military equipment used by the paramilitary wing of Hezbollah. The book demonstrates how Hezbollah uses religious mechanisms such as taklif shari (religious assessment), ijtihad (interpretation) of jihad, and fatwa (religious verdict) as political tools to mobilise the Shi’a in Lebanon and the Middle East and to build political : Mariam Farida.
Born in the grinding poverty of the Bekaa Valley, Hezbollah - or "Party of God" - has ties to Iran and exerts influence far beyond Lebanon. In many ways it is the model organization: passionate, demanding of its members, and devoted to furthering an Islamic way of life.3/5(1).
As a primer: Hezbollah: A Short History by Augustus Richard Norton For greater depth and insight into Hezbollah's leadership: Hizbullah: The Story from Within by Naim Qassem Norton writes with great clarity on the roots of Hezbollah and t.
Hezbollah provides a new, grounded analysis of the controversial and misunderstood Lebanese previous books have focused on aspects of the party’s identity, the military question or its religious discourse, here Joseph Daher presents an alternative perspective, built upon political economy.
Hezbollah: The Global Footprint of Lebanon's Party of God is the first thorough examination of Hezbollah’s covert activities beyond Lebanon’s borders, including its financial and logistical support networks and its criminal and terrorist operations worldwide. Hezbollah—Lebanon’s "Party of God"—is a multifaceted organization: It is a powerful political party in Lebanon, a Shia Islam.
For Iran, Hezbollah was already a success story by this point. Hezbollah claimed credit for the departure of U.S and French military personnel in and the retreat of the Israelis from.
Destroy Hezbollah. Seth Cropsey. This piece was co-authored by Harry Halem, an undergraduate at the University of St Andrews reading International Relations and Philosophy.
Strategy, Geopolitics, and Ideology – Israel and Hezbollah. Early in November, Lebanon’s Sunni prime minister Saad Hariri, while on a visit to Saudi Arabia, resigned. Hezbollah’s role in the Lebanese government is being used as a pretext for Saudi Arabia and Israel –with U.S.
backing– to threaten Lebanon and Iran with war. For those socialists who oppose the actions of all these states and want to express a principled anti-war position, Joseph Daher’s Hezbollah: The Political Economy of Lebanon’s Party [ ].
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/5(4).
Hezbollah (Persian: حزبالله , romanized: Ḥezbo'llāh, lit. 'Party of God') is an Iranian movement formed at the time of the Iranian Revolution to assist the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and his forces in consolidating power.
References in the media or writing are usually made to members of the group—or Hezbollahi—rather than Hezbollah, as Hezbollah is/was not a tightly.
Augustus Richard Norton, Professor of International Relations and Anthropology at Boston University, was a military observer for the United Nations in southern Lebanon when Hezbollah and rival Shi'i parties were taking form there in the early s.A former U.S.
Army officer and West Point professor, he has conducted research in Lebanon for close to three decades, and his book Amal and the Shi /5(6).
Hezbollah Lebanon s Party of Allah wears many faces. Founded by Muslim clerics following Israel s invasion of Lebanon init is a powerful political party, a Shia Islamic religious and social movement, Lebanon s largest militia, and a close ally of Iran.
Originally, Hezbollah s reason for being was to resist the Israel invaders. In the book Hezbollah: A Short History, scholar Augustus Richard Norton notes how outrage quickly spread over Israel ' s military approach, termed the Dahiya doctrine for the neighbourhoods that Author: Zoe Hu.
The book demonstrates how Hezbollah uses religious mechanisms such as taklif shari (religious assessment), ijtihad (interpretation) of jihad, and fatwa (religious verdict) as political tools to mobilise the Shi’a in Lebanon and the Middle East and to build political support. The comprehensive content analysis scrutinised speeches of Hezbollah.
Tea with Hezbollah This book helped me see the complexity of the people of the people of this is so easy for a Christian American just to see the Israeli side.I'm still pro-Israeli,but I now have more compassion for the Arab cultures of the region.A very good book to broaden your mind/5(23).Hezbollah is "untouchable" because Syria -- w troops in Lebanon -- still backs Hezbollah and holds sway over Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud.
Attending Lebanon's annual independence day.