Hizballah Rising Iran's Proxy Warriors

Caudill, Shannon W.
April 2008
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2008, Issue 49, p128
The article focuses on the development of Hizballah, a paramilitary organization in Lebanon that infiltrated Israel. It notes that the organization has had received millions of dollars from Iran and established itself an independent group. It likewise mentions its inroad initiative to Iraq and the Horn of Africa to expand its influence in the world. Moreover, information on the violent status of Hizballah is offered, as well as its strategies in earning advertising revenue.


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