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Ali Al-Amin
Ali Al-Amin

Ali Al-Amin is a journalist based in Lebanon and is the Editor of news site Janoubia.com.

Hezbollah: Hollow victories, or terrible defeats

The process of forming the government in Lebanon is still obstructed and is held captive by Hezbollah’s plots and machinations, which it does not hesitate to use whenever necessary. Thus,...

The fading shadow of Iranian dominance

Iran has always used ideological discourse as a tool to interfere in the internal affairs of Arab countries. Ideological mobilization, supported by security and military systems along with religious...

Regional influence in Syria and Arab retrogression

There is no doubt that terrorist organizations were one of the most important means of influence and expansion for regional and international forces in the Arab region. These organizations’...

US sanctions on Hezbollah: Subjugation and ‘disciplining’

US President Donald Trump recently signed a new revised sanction law on Hezbollah and this coincided with the anniversary of the 1983 Beirut barracks bombings, which claimed the lives of more than 200...

Hezbollah and the task of creating ‘the incapable state’

Variations in interpreting the Lebanese constitution are Hezbollah’s sharpest weapon to control the constitutional and political processes in Lebanon. Undoubtedly, there are different...

Presidential compromise did not save Lebanon, but warns of its collapse

The disagreement over the formation of a government in Lebanon is not about the dispute over matters such as who should exclusively have weapons and it’s not related to the extent of the...

Iranian hegemony and the fragility of the Lebanese state

Lebanon, which is crumbling as an Arab state and as a party with an Arab role, has become a place where the leaders of the security and military apparatus have turned into stars with the help of the...

How will the Iranian Revolutionary Guards respond to the Ahwaz attack?

Mystery still surrounds the attack that targeted a military parade of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in Ahwaz and killed at least 25 people, including 12 soldiers and a child, and injured at least...