Fought from 1983 to against israeli occupation forces and the forces of the South Lebanese Army, who were israeli backed proxy forces. Israeli forces withdrew from Lebanon in and were almost flanked by Hezollah forces. Fought off israeli forces again in 2006.
Allegedly responsible for the 1994 bombing of the AMIA jewish center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Mirsad-1 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Captured T-55 tanks
Captured M-113 armored personnel carriers
C802 anti-ship missiles
333mm Iranian made Fajr-5 rockets
240mm Iranian made Fajr-3 rockets
330mm Raad-1 rockets
Khaibar-2 302mm rockets
Khaibar-1 220mm rockets
Anti-tank Guided Missiles
AT-14 (9M133 Kornet)
AT-13 (9M131 Metis M)
AT-5 (9M113 Konkurs)
AT-4 (9M111 Fagot)
AT-3 (9K11 Malyutka)
Shoulder fired anti-tank rocket launchers
SPG-9 recoilless rocket launcher
M-203 under barrel grenade launchers
SVD Dragunov sniper rifles
AK-47/AKM assault rifles
M-16 assault rifles
The use of some of the latest anti-tank weapons to engage israeli armor during the 2006 israeli incursion into Lebanon. Mostly used anti-tank missiles with tandem warheads to engage the heavy Merkava tanks.
Limited night vision equipment.