Estonia imposes sanctions on one of the largest Islamist organizations in the world

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Estonia, a member of the UN Security Council, is the fifth EU-member state to take the step of banning Hezbollah in its entirety, following Germany and Lithuania this year. Other European states proscribing Hezbollah include the UK, Serbia and Kosovo.
This important step will help cut off the ability of these groups to plot terrorist attacks and to raise money around the world, including in the Western Hemisphere.
The world is increasingly recognizing Hezbollah for what it is – not a defender of Lebanon as it purports to be, but a terrorist organization dedicated to advancing Iran’s malicious agenda. 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.
Iran heavily relies on its largest proxy, Lebanon-based terrorist organization Hezbollah, to spread violence and war in the region. In the past three decades, Hezbollah has killed and injured thousands of Israelis in rocket attacks, suicide bombings and kidnappings.
The Iranian proxy's ongoing activities in Lebanon and around the world endanger Lebanese and Israeli civilians and pose a grave threat to regional stability.
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