Germany’s Partial Ban of Hezbollah: A Half-Measure
by Soeren Kern
May 2, 2020
The German government, after years of equivocating, has announced what amounts to a partial ban on the Iran-backed Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah — Arabic for “The Party of Allah” — in Germany. The so-called ban — supported by the center-right Christian Democrats and the center-left Social Democrats, the two parties that make up Germany’s ruling coalition, and also by the classical liberal Free Democrats — has been hailed as “important,” “significant,” and “long overdue.” The ban is in fact a compromise measure between German lawmakers who want to take a harder line against Iran and those who do not. READ MORE
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