Hezbollah, l’enquête interdite, or Hezbollah, the Forbidden Investigation in English, – a new documentary was just aired on France 5 channel on Sunday night.
The French docuseries delves into the history of Hezbollah over the past 40 years and exposes the group’s defiance of justice and the international community, as well as the failure of countries to curb its activities.
The documentary also details Hezbollah‘s secrets and funding methods.
The documentary is 156 minutes long and promises to be an eye-opening experience for viewers.
It is based on investigations and prosecutions conducted by DEA agents and features interviews with high-ranking Hezbollah officials, including the number 2 ranking official.
The trailer starts with the explosion at the Beirut port on August 4, 2020 and includes a statement from Lebanese MP Marwan Hamadeh, who says “nothing happens in the Port of Beirut without the party’s knowledge.”
Hezbollah and allies continue to disrupt and interfere in the Beirut port blast investigation.
Trigger Warning: The trailer contains footage of the Beirut Port blast that some viewers may find disturbing and triggering.
The docuseries is being aired in Lebanon on France 5 channel on TV. It can also be watched for free on their site. If you’re watching from Lebanon, a VPN is required to view it on their site as it has been restricted in Lebanon for some reason. You can watch it directly here without needing to register.