Hezbollah is considered a powerful party in Lebanon and Iraq. However, it is also designated as a terrorist organization to varies degrees by 64 countries and 2 others currently deciding or finalizing decisions.
These countries are divided between those that have listed the entire organization as a terrorist group and those that have restricted the listing to just its military wing.
The countries/states that listed Hezbollah as a terrorist organization are:
The US designated Hezbollah a foreign terrorist organization in 1997. Hezbollah members and officials such as Nasrallah are also subject to US sanctions and are considered specially designated global terrorists.
The European Union designated Hezbollah‘s military wing a terrorist group in 2013. However, several European countries went on to take a stronger stance on their own.
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