Charity hit by US anti-Hizbollah law

BEIRUT – A Lebanese charity network run by a Shi’ite Muslim cleric says it has been unfairly caught up in new US financial sanctions against Hizbollah, accusing Lebanese banks of applying the restrictions too widely. The US Act passed in December threatens to punish any organisation providing significant finance to Lebanese Shi’ite group Hizbollah, deemed […]

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