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Topic - Ibrahim Bayram
"One of Hezbollah's main strengths is its reputation in the Arab and Islamic world as a resistance movement fighting Israeli occupation," said Ibrahim Bayram, an analyst with An-Nahar newspaper who closely follows Hezbollah affairs. "This will definitely tarnish its image in the Arab world."
"In the eyes of Israel, America and the West, Hezbollah will be accused. It will become a rogue entity that is more easily targeted. This may provide a pretext for others to pounce on it," Mr. Bayram said.