The portly secretary-general of Lebanese Hezbollah does not have the appearance of a man who is considered to be the head of the world’s most dangerous and powerful Islamist terror group. But then again, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah –who was recently described by The Washington Post as ‘‘a cross between Ayatollah Khomeini and Che Guevara’’ - has spent his whole life shattering stereotypes and disproving widely-held notions of how things work in the Middle East....
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