In all likelihood, attempts by Lebanon’s March 8 coalition to find a Lebanese sponsor for the EU's decision to blacklist Hezbollah's military wing failed.
Tehran can gamble
What does Hezbollah's transformation into a group unable to manage its affairs in politics and regional and international relations mean?Hazem al-Amin
Something similar to this is currently happening with Hezbollah. The decision to officially engage in the fighting in Syria was announced after a photograph revealing the meeting between Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah was published. Many events beginning with Gulf decisions linked to Hezbollah and its social, economic and political aspects and ended with the European decision that came after the party's announcement of its decision to fight. In addition, tension reigned over Hezbollah's relations with its Sunni "brothers" from Arab and non-Arab religious groups.