There are many things with which one could take issue both in this article and in the work of Nir Rosen in general, but I wanted to point out one mistake I noticed in the piece (click to enlarge):
Sunni militant individuals and groups like those being discussed by Rosen refer to the Shiʿa Islamist militant group Hezbollah as ḥizb al-Lāt, meaning the Party of Allat. Allat was one of the chief goddesses of ancient Arabia and Sunni extremists refer to their Shiʿa rivals with such a term with the intention of making takfīr, declaring the Shiʿa to be non-Muslims, comparable to the polytheistic Arabians of the pre-Islamic period.
If the intention was to make reference to the party, or people, of Lot, the nephew of prophet Abraham who lived in the original 'Sin City' of Sodom-and-Gomorrah, the Arabic term would be qawm Lūṭ.
The goddess al-Lat (Museum of Lost Objects: The Lion of al-Lat)