The powerful Islamist terror group Hezbullah, which aims to destroy Israel, continues to push anti-Jewish hysteria of the most bizarre kind. But you wouldn't know it from Western media
When Hezbollah's hatred led to a terrorist attack in Europe last year, the atrocity was always going to come back to haunt them
Britain pushes EU to ban Hezbollah military wing later this month, as opposition to proscribing Lebanon-based group wanes in wake of Bulgaria bus bomb attack
Why the EU should ban bigger terrorist fish too
A serious showdown looms, and the EU would be wise to take the offensive in facing the Hezbollah threat on its territory
If Europe's leaders gambled that appeasement would buy them a measure of protection from the wrath of Hezbollah they may have tragically miscalculated
An open letter to the leader of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah
Hezbollah remains confident that the influence of Germany and France will see to it that the EU will not proscribe the group
If the EU does not want Iran operating violently in the heart of Europe, it must list Hezbollah as a terrorist organisation without delay
In addition to the European Union proscribing Hezbollah, NATO must also enforce a buffer zone between Lebanon and Israel, writes Wahied Wahdat-Hagh
Al Manar's website, an affiliate of terrorist organisation Hezbollah, is being hosted in the United Kingdom
The current conflict in the Middle East is primarily driven by ideology. The homeland of Islamism – which is how Iran sees itself – has been promoting and funding terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah for years
In rejecting Israel's request to blacklist Hezbollah as a terror group, the EU has missed a golden opportunity to strike at the heart of Iran's empire of terror
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