Lebanon: Living with Hezbollah
After the devastating Israeli bombardment, Lebanon is faced with the immense task of rebuilding its infrastructure -an undertaking complicated by the political and sectarian tensions generated by Hezbollah's self-declared victory over Israel.
Reporter Kate Seelye and director Rodrigo Vasquez film Hezbollah's state-within-a-state in the southern suburbs of Beirut. In the south, the Lebanese Government is trying -and failing -to assert its authority. Iran and Syria are using Hezbollah to stir up sectarian and anti-government tensions in Lebanon, and Christian nationalists are determined to resist. It is not just Lebanon's infrastructure that has been destroyed; now the country's democratic future is at risk…
“A fascinating insight!”
- The Guardian