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The Northern Front

Yossi Klein Halevi and Donniel Hartman discuss the threat of Hezbollah, the possibility and risks of fighting a war on a second front, and the extent and limits of Israeli power

A picture taken from a position in northern Israel along the border with Lebanon, shows smoke billowing following an Israeli strike close to the town of Marwahin in southern Lebanon on December 16, 2023. (Jalaa Marey / AFP)
A picture taken from a position in northern Israel along the border with Lebanon, shows smoke billowing following an Israeli strike close to the town of Marwahin in southern Lebanon on December 16, 2023. (Jalaa Marey / AFP)

With missiles being fired at Israel daily from Lebanon, Israelis are grappling with how to respond to the threat of Hezbollah in the North. Donniel Hartman and Yossi Klein Halevi discuss the threat of Hezbollah, the possibility and risks of fighting a war on a second front, and the extent and limits of Israeli power.

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