Lithuania bans the entry of terrorists after designating one of world's largest Islamist group as a terrorist organization

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Following the United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands and Israel, the Lithuanian government has designated Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
Terrorists affiliated with Hezbollah have been banned from entering Lithuania for 10 years.
This important step will help cut off the ability of these groups to plot terrorist attacks and to raise money around the world.
Like Al-Qaeda and ISIS, Hezbollah has a global reach, with operations and plots disrupted in recent years in the Americas, the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
This move will also stop the annual Al Quds terror march in Lithuania.
Every year thousands of Muslims take to the streets Major cities all over the West including Sydney, Melbourne, London, Paris, Rome and Berlin to declare public support to Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.
They call it "Al Quds Day March", a Muslim holiday that was founded by the leader of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
Hezbollah is an Islamic terrorist organisation, with an antisemitic ideology, an arsenal of missiles pointing at Israel, a history of terror attacks on Jewish targets in the West, and links to organised crime. The meaning of the name Hezbollah is "an army of Allah".
If you want to know more about Hezbollah please watch the video below.
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