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Considered a political party by Lebanon and the broader Middle East, and a terrorist group by the West and Israel, Hizbullah (also known as “The Party of God”) makes headlines worldwide and has been studied thoroughly by scholars of many traditions. The Hizbullah Phenomenon: Politics and Communication, written by Lina Khatib, Dina Matar and Atef Alshaer, examines the evolution of this contentious political actor through a political communications perspective, chronicling shifts in Hizbullah’s communications strategy since its inception in 1982.
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