Hezbollah Portrayed as Victor in Lebanon Conflict Hezbollah is being portrayed by Arab TV as the winner in its conflict with Israel. The Lebanese Shiite group, quietly backed by Iran, is seen as the first Middle Eastern group to stand up to Israel and win.
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Hezbollah Portrayed as Victor in Lebanon Conflict

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Hezbollah Portrayed as Victor in Lebanon Conflict

Hezbollah Portrayed as Victor in Lebanon Conflict

Hezbollah Portrayed as Victor in Lebanon Conflict

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Hezbollah is being portrayed by Arab TV as the winner in its conflict with Israel. The Lebanese Shiite group, quietly backed by Iran, is seen as the first Middle Eastern group to stand up to Israel and win.

Steve Inskeep talks to Ramez Maluf, a professor at the Lebanese American University in Beirut, about the coverage.