It appears that the culture of intimidation and murdering is growing more prevalent in the Hezbollah atmosphere. This is the side that opposes discussion while accepting the other. He has little choice except to accuse those who disagree with him of treason and betrayal, and history bears testimony to this.
Let us start with Hashem al-Salman, who was assassinated by Hezbollah in front of the Iranian embassy and under the nose of all people last year, up to the threat of photojournalist Hassan Shaaban twice, the first when the party’s gang deposited a bullet on his car’s windows and the second through punctured. Not to mention, the journalist Dima Sadek vowed to spill her blood and kill her openly in front of the state and its agencies in a series of tweets, and countless other targets.