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Lebanon: what protests against the sectarian elite mean for Hezbollah

By , Senior Lecturer, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews

 

The national uprising that has engulfed Lebanon since mid-October is historic and revolutionary. Protests have continued across Lebanon, even after Prime Minister Saad Hariri resigned on October 29 saying he wanted to give the country a “positive shock”.

The response of Hezobllah, the armed political movement that has been part of the Lebanese government since 2005, has been cautious. Its stance is dictated by domestic and regional considerations.

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One comment

  1. Angel NicGillicuddy

    I don’t see a link.
    But I am curious.
    Angel

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