US:Threat from Hezbollah now highest in 20 years

US security officials have warned that the terrorist threat from Hezbollah is at its highest level for 20 years. Western intelligence agencies believe that the Lebanese group is now more active overseas than at any time since the early 1990s, with attacks planned

MP Saad: Bulgaria’s accusation reveals Hezbollah ‘s agenda

Lebanese MP Fouad Saad told the al Jamhouriya newspaper ,that the Bulgarian accusation against Hezbollah over the bus bombing reveals the real part agenda which is threatening day after day the interests of Lebanon. He added: The economic relations with Bulgaria are well developed and Hezbollah’s role in the incident will have a negative effect […]

New sanctions: Iran won’t be paid in cash for its oil

Ever since European seaports closed their gates to Iranian oil tankers last summer, Iran has looked to the East to keep its economy afloat. Countries such as China, India and South Korea — some of them critics of Western sanctions — have offered Iran a lifeline of reliable markets and much-needed dollars.

Jumblatt slams NAM summit for supporting Assad regime

Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt slammed Monday the Non-Aligned Movement’s summit in Iran for its support for the Syrian regime’s “tyranny” against its people. “It is ironic for the Non-Aligned Movement which was formed in Belgrade in 1961 by prominent leaders such as former Egyptian president Jamal Abdel-Nasser, former Yugoslavia’s president

Iran: Abrupt Assad fall would be “catastrophic”

Iran said an abrupt end to the rule of President Bashar al-Assad would have catastrophic consequences for his country, as Tehran pushed ahead with a diplomatic meeting of allies it says is the best way of resolving the intensifying conflict in Syria. Nations with “a correct and realistic position” would attend a meeting on Thursday […]