Hezbollah foments chaos at Israel’s northern border.
Despite the largest Israeli military operation in the West Bank since the Second Intifada, the state of the West Bank remains in question.
A surge in West Bank violence is more than two years old and there are no signs that it will cease anytime soon.
Musa Ali Daqduq, a Hezbollah military commander and Specially Designated Global Terrorist, is training the “Golan Unit” to attack American troops operating in Syria.
To unpack and assess the latest terror threats faced by Israel, Bill had to call in the experts: Dr. Jonathan Schanzer and Joe Truzman.
If you’d like to dig deeper on the topics discussed in this episode, we recommend you check out Joe’s project on mapping terrorism in the West Bank and Jon’s book “Gaza Conflict 2021: Hamas, Israel and Eleven Days of War” which according to LTG (Ret.) H.R. McMaster: “If you want to understand the hell in a very small place that is Gaza, read this book.”
The Israeli military suspects Hezbollah is behind a bombing in northern Israel that injured an Israeli driver.
UNIFIL convoy in southern Lebanon was attacked by small arms fire, Hezbollah is suspected of being involved.
Evidence continues to grow that Hamas is directing attacks in the West Bank against both the IDF troops and Israeli citizens.
FDD’s Long War Journal confirmed with a senior Israeli military official that Hezbollah is transferring weapons to the West Bank.
Israel’s defense minister revealed Syrian military used to manufacture advanced arms for Tehran.
On Saturday, Hezbollah claimed responsibility for launching three drones towards the disputed Karish gas field.
Ismail Haniyeh and other Hamas officials met with Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah to discuss strengthening ties between the two Iran-backed militant organizations.
Al-Nasser Salah al-Din Brigades’ spokesperson talks about the support the group receives from Iran, Hezbollah and the IRGC.
Clashes in Beirut on Thursday led to the deaths of three members of Hezbollah.
Israel finds itself in an escalation with Hezbollah after a string of rocket attacks from southern Lebanon.
The IDF’s downing of two Hezbollah drones suggests it continues its attempts to probe Israeli airspace to gather information on activity in Israel.
Israel continues its ‘war between the wars’ campaign as it attempts to thwart Iran’s proxy network in Syria and abroad.
Israel continues its campaign of revealing Hezbollah military sites embedded within Lebanon’s civilian population.
Recent publications by Hezbollah have failed to get the message across to its intended audience which suggests the effectiveness of some of the group’s propaganda is waning.
Hassan Nasrallah chastised Israel in a recent publication by the Shiite proxy group after recent warnings by the IDF about the group’s activities in Lebanon.
IDF chief of staff readies efforts to attack Iranian nuclear sites and issues warning against Iranian proxy groups using urban areas to conceal its weapons.
Joint U.S. and Israeli military cooperation led to airstrikes targeting Iranian sites and that of its proxy groups in eastern Syria Wednesday morning.
Additionally, the U.S. State Department will also designate three of the Houthis’ top leaders as global terrorists.
In Israel’s attempts to thwart the establishment of Iranian-led proxies in southern Syria, it has also targeted Syrian troops in recent weeks.
For the second time in less than a week, Israel launched airstrikes against Iranian-affiliated military targets in Syria.
FDD senior fellow Emanuele Ottolenghi joins hosts Tom Joscelyn and Bill Roggio to discuss the history of Iran’s and Hezbollah’s illicit activities across Central and South America, including the trafficking of “black cocaine.”
Recent airstrikes in southern Syria indicate Israel’s attempt to thwart Hezbollah activity near the Golan border.
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.