Young Lebanese Hezbollah supporters carry models of Katyusha and RPG rockets launchers, in front of a portrait of Hezbollah’s Secretary-General Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, left, and Shiite Muslim spiritual leader Imam Moussa Sadr who disappeared on a trip to Libya in 1978, right, during a rally in Saksakkiyeh village, southern Lebanon, Sunday July 22, 2007. Hezbollah guerrillas have moved most of their rockets in south Lebanon among civilians in villages, an apparent attempt to avoid detection by Israel and U.N. troops, Israeli military officials said Sunday.(AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)

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Jessica Snapper

Jessica Snapper has a Masters degree in Security Intelligence with a concentration in Counterterrorism and the Middle East. Her areas of expertise include terrorist infrastructure, asymmetric warfare, tactical adaptability, deterrence and national defense policy. She has conducted in-depth research at both the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs and the Hebrew University’s Department of Political Violence and Terrorism. Read more at

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