Hizballah’s Canadian Procurement Network

Hizballah has leveraged its worldwide network of members and sympathizers to secure financial, logistical, and other types of support. Procurement of goods ranging from weapons to dual-use items (e.g., night-vision goggles and clock timers) is a critical component of these efforts. In Canada, Hizballah has long maintained a robust network of agents able to purchase such items on the open market and send them to Lebanon. Matthew Levitt explores this network in depth in a chapter from a recently published compilation on violent extremism in Canada.

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One Reply to “Hizballah’s Canadian Procurement Network”

  1. Procurement of goods ranging from weapons to dual-use items (e.g., night-vision goggles and clock timers) of course you know what comes next dont you

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