The United States must support Lebanon’s Christians while developing alternatives to Iran backed Hezbollah to accommodate Lebanon’s large Shia population. If the United States neglects Lebanon it is likely that Hezbollah’s political and social influence will continue to expand. Lebanon is neighbors with Israel, Syria and Jordan, where their strategic location has attracted the attention of big powers who have attempted to influence the major political events of the Middle East. Specifically, since the end of World War II, Lebanon has experienced two “states within a state”: The Palestinian Liberation Organization and Hezbollah.
Counter-terrorism Analyst - Jihadist networks in USA - US Desk (USA)
Mitchell Gray is an Attorney in Oklahoma City, USA and an adjunct professor of Oil and Gas Principles at Oklahoma City University, USA. Mitchell Gray was a former US Army personnel and served at the rank of Captain in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). He also Served at Camp Bucca, Oklahoma National Guard in Iraq. He was also a US Army Reserve, Military Intelligence Augmentation Detachment and Judge Advocate General Corps, Oklahoma National Guard, USA.