The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hezbollah has been centered in the border region with Lebanon, rather than the rocket fire originating from the Gaza Strip. Despite Tehran’s involvement, Hezbollah is capable of launching volleys of dozens of rockets, which is not surprising.
Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, is aware of the devastating impact that the Second Lebanon War had on the memory and consciousness of the Lebanese people. As a result, he has been cautious in his approach to engaging in military action with Israel.
Lebanon is currently facing a severe economic crisis, with hyperinflation and many citizens turning to cryptocurrency as a means of survival due to the constant erosion of the Lebanese pound. This economic crisis worsens as a result of ongoing fighting between Israel and Hezbollah, leading to potential recruitment of citizens from weaker strata into their ranks.
The destruction in southern Lebanon is causing significant damage to both the economy and agriculture-focused region, forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate. The impact on southern Lebanon’s agricultural activity has had a ripple effect on the country’s economy as a whole.
Hezbollah, a state-identified terrorist organization with political influence in Lebanon’s government, has become a concern for successful tourism in Lebanon, which accounts for about 20%