IDF military operations continue in southern Syria against Iranian military entrenchment near the Golan border.
An arms depot explosion and an accusation of operating ‘missile factories’ in Beirut has renewed the focus on the Iran/Hezbollah missile project.
Two dual Lebanese nationals with ties to Hezbollah have been convicted of being involved in the 2012 Burgas bombing that killed six, including five Israelis.
The IRGC-led Afghan Fatemiyoun Division held its first “international conference” in Iran, a heavily publicized event featuring speakers from other IRGC-led paramilitary groups, as well as, for the first time, an appearance – sort of – by the Fatemiyoun’s chief commander.
A newly formed and likely front group belonging to the Islamic Resistance in Iraq claims responsibility for recent attacks in the country
Hezbollah reportedly fires at IDF troops operating near the Lebanon-Israel border prompting a retaliation by the Israeli military.
After Beirut explosion, Hezbollah’s Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah denies the group was responsible for the tragedy.
Several militants identified along the Syrian-Golan border Sunday evening were killed as they attempted to plant a bomb at the security fence.