SIDON, Lebanon (AP) - On a
main road connecting the Lebanese capital with the south, Sheik Ahmad
Assir kneels under a blazing sun to pray and then sits down with
supporters at his anti-Hezbollah protest camp and launches into a new
tirade against Lebanon's most powerful and well-armed force.
"By God, Nasrallah, I
will not let you sleep at night," he vows in a fiery speech, addressing
Hezbollah's leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah.
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