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Hezbollah Role Unlikely to Change in Lebanon

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Hezbollah Role Unlikely to Change in Lebanon

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Hezbollah Role Unlikely to Change in Lebanon

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Hezbollah operates as a state within a state, according to many observers of Lebanon. The Shiite group's influence is a vestige of Lebanon's long civil war, when the country had no central government.

Renee Montagne talks to Amal Saad Ghorayeb, an assistant professor at Lebanese American University in Beirut, about the group's role in Lebanon's future.

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