What is written here about Lebanon’s Hezbollah might be viewed by many as sectarian-sounding. It is anything but sectarian. It isn’t in any way an escalation of rhetoric against the Shiite militant group but a sound and objective explanation of why Hezbollah, in my estimation, is now on the verge of collapse. I see nowadays any talk about Hezbollah’s popularity as outdated for the Shiite group is now facing an existentialist dilemma.
It’s no doubt that Hezbollah’s embroilment in the Syrian war has marked the beginning of its moral declineRaed Omari