Israel Presses Case for EU Ban on Hizbullah

(Jerusalem Post) Benjamin Weinthal - The Israeli government is redoubling its efforts to convince the EU to outlaw Hizbullah because of the Lebanese group's record of terrorism. Israel's new case involves showing Hizbullah's role in the 2005 murder of Lebanese president Rafik Hariri, based on evidence culled from the international tribunal that investigated the bombing. Israel is also slated to reveal documentary material about Hizbullah's role in destabilizing Syria and joining forces with Bashar Assad's regime, as well as Hizbullah's narcotics and money-laundering operations.

2013-01-02 00:00:00

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