Are the Motives of Hizbullah Righteous and Justifiable? Bibliography included.

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Hizbullah is otherwise known as the Party of God. They see Israelis as intruders on their land and have made it a point to kill them. However, even the teaching of their holy book, the Qu'ran, would not approve of killing and terrorizing for a righteous cause. That's why Hizbullah is certainly not an organization with righteous causes even if one considers its justifications. Hizbullah was formed in Lebanon. In 1982, when Israel invaded Lebanon to …

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