Hezbollah in a Lebanese Context, Militancy Among Lebanese Christians

Michael Young in the Times Online reviews Nicholas Noe’s new book, Voices of Hezbollah: The Statements of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, emphasizing the importance of seeing the self-proclaimed “party of god” in its own Lebanese context.

In the IHT, Thanassis Cambanis writes of renewed militancy within the divided Lebanese Christian community as the country struggles to elect a President.

Update: Tony Badran criticizes Cambanis’ article, arguing that only the anti-Sunni Christian groups outside the March 14 governing coalition are arming.

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