Takeovers don't happen in Lebanon like they do in the Middle East. They materialize slowly through demographics and land buying.Let me tell you a secret. The only positive outcome I counted on with the MoU, was its attempt at indirectly reconciling the christian and shia communities, a "let's be friends, forget our past civil war wounds and hope for the best in some unknown future to come", a kind of ya rabbi tigi fi 3eno wishful thinking, mostly on the part of FPM. General guidelines, no practices to follow.
As for Hizbullah, I'm sure it had, and still has, no evil plans to eat christian and sunni babies for snacks and nor to islamize the country. They know they can't and therefore they won't; unless cornered to death, they're cautious and cunning enough not to engage in such a suicidal project. Post Syria withdrawal, Hizbullah has simply been working on the domination of the political scene from inside the on one-leg limping state, from behind the curtains w men ta7t la ta7t, in waiting for the Mahdi and his Wilayah. w ba3den allah beyefrouj. There never was a plan on their part to engage in any country building project, something I suspect FPM, deep down, knew won't happen, but may also genuinely hoped for, or so were they naive enough to fully believe in.