A high-ranking commander of the Iraqi pro-government Kata'ib Hezbollah force has been killed after a group of unidentified armed men opened fire on his vehicle in the country’s southern oil-rich city of Basra.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun, an ally of Iran-backed group Hezbollah, flew to Saudi Arabia on Monday on his first visit abroad since his October election hoping to ease tensions rooted in the rivalry between Riyadh and Tehran.
The secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the group’s fighters will remain in neighboring Syria until they achieve the final victory over foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants and purge the crisis-hit Arab country.
The leader of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, heaps praise on the movement's military commander Mustafa Badreddine, who was killed in Syria last week, saying he was a front-runner in the fight against Israel.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the death of Hezbollah's military chief will certainly stiffen the Lebanese resistance movement’s determination to fight the Israeli regime and terrorism.
Israel Thursday night killed military commander of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah who was leading his fighters against rebels in Syria.Mustafa Badreddine was killed in the Israeli attack near Damascus International Airport on Friday.
Britain’s Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn has refused to give in to calls from Israeli officials and British Jewish figures to denounce Islamic resistance movements Hamas and Hezbollah, vowing to continue talking to the two groups.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has praised a decision by Persian Gulf Arab states to blacklist Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement.Netanyahu said on Monday the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)'s designation was an “important” .
Tunisia says it will not follow a decision by the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council to list the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.The Tunisian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Friday.
Gulf monarchies on Wednesday declared Lebanon’s Hezbollah a “terrorist” group, in the latest regional move against the Shiite organisation fighting in support of Syria’s regime.The six-member Gulf Cooperation Council took the action.