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The movement backed by Iran is unlikely to risk an all out conflict.

Observers argue the movement backed by Iran is unlikely to risk an all out conflict, while many eyes of a trained Israel’s deadly Gaza offensive are on the Lebanese border for a Hezbollah reaction. In recent days at the border, incidents have excalated. In the midst of political and economic Chris, Lebanon is already on it's knees, while Shiite group seems with intentions of refraining from an escalated political temperatures.

A Lebanese close to Hezbollah, Sir Sadiq al-Nabulsi says, there is nothing currently suggesting an escalation, but traditionally the decision to go to war falls on Israe as a country. However, Israel has designated Hezbollah and Palestinian Hamas, as terrorist groups, hence mending fences by West, after they ended up a dacade ago, opposing sides of the Syrian war.

Founded in 1980, Hezbollah was established to fight Israel occupation of southern Lebanon Which has grown into Iran's main regional proxy with operatives in Yemen, Iraq and Syria

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