The Washington Times ran my latest op-ed this week: “Terrorist threats in the Americas: Extremists are infiltrating the Western Hemisphere to strike the U.S.“:
Hezbollah activities in the Americas are well documented and continue to expand in scope and sophistication. The terrorist group has been actively studying and operating in the Americas since the 1980s, but it was the July 18, 1994, bombing of the Argentine Israeli Mutual Association building in Buenos Aires that clearly demonstrated Hezbollah’s effectiveness in the region and its global reach beyond the greater Middle East. Twenty years later, Hezbollah is further diversifying its activities, using illicit networks as well as legitimate businesses as front companies to augment its capacity.
Read more at the Washington Times.