In this picture taken on Friday May 21, 2010, Lebanese citizens look at war booty captured by Hezbollah from Israeli troops, during the inauguration of a Hezbollah war museum, in Mlita Village, southern Lebanon. Hezbollah may have suffered setbacks from Syria’s civil war, with many Lebanese angry over its backing of President Bashar Assad’s regime. But that’s unlikely to cost the Shiite militant movement its powerful grip in Lebanon, observers say. The group’s overwhelming arsenal is still the foundation of its strength, bolstered by political alliances. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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In this picture taken on Friday May 21, 2010, Lebanese citizens look at war booty captured by Hezbollah from Israeli troops, during the inauguration of a Hezbollah war museum, in Mlita Village, southern Lebanon. Hezbollah may have suffered setbacks from Syria’s civil war, with many Lebanese angry over its backing of President Bashar Assad’s regime. But that’s unlikely to cost the Shiite militant movement its powerful grip in Lebanon, observers say. The group’s overwhelming arsenal is still the foundation of its strength, bolstered by political alliances. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
In this picture taken on Friday May 21, 2010, Lebanese citizens look at war booty captured by Hezbollah from Israeli troops, during the inauguration of a Hezbollah war museum, in Mlita Village, southern Lebanon. Hezbollah may have suffered setbacks from Syria’s civil war, with many Lebanese angry over its backing of President Bashar Assad’s regime. But that’s unlikely to cost the Shiite militant movement its powerful grip in Lebanon, observers say. The group’s overwhelming arsenal is still the foundation of its strength, bolstered by political alliances. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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