ندوة نقاش من معهد واشنطن تلقي الأضواء على حزب الله بعد مرور 40 سنة على تأسيسه..المشاركون هم حنين غدار، وماثيو لفت، ومنى فياض، وعقيل عباس
Hezbollah Turns 40: Implications of the Group’s Internal, Regional, and Strategic Shifts
Four experts assess Hezbollah’s impact at home and abroad after decades of political maneuvering, military operations, and criminal activity.
On November 29, The Washington Institute held a virtual Policy Forum with Hanin Ghaddar, Matthew Levitt, Mona Fayad, and Akeel Abbas. Ghaddar is the Institute’s Friedmann Fellow and author of its monograph Hezbollahland: Mapping Dahiya and Lebanon’s Shia Community. Levitt is the Institute’s Fromer-Wexler Fellow and creator of its interactive map on Hezbollah’s worldwide activities. Fayad is a francophone Lebanese political activist and professor who has become one of the most prominent Shia opponents of Hezbollah. Abbas is a professor who has taught at the American University of Iraq, among other institutions. The following is a rapporteur’s summary of their remarks.