In this picture taken on Saturday May 25, 2013, a Hezbollah supporter holds a portrait of her son, Ibrahim Kanso, 24, who was killed 40 days before, at Sayida Zeinab shrine during a battle in Syria ... more 
In this picture taken on Saturday May 25, 2013, a Hezbollah supporter holds a portrait of her son, Ibrahim Kanso, 24, who was killed 40 days before, at Sayida Zeinab shrine during a battle in Syria against the Syrian rebels, as she attends a rally for "Liberation Day," which marks the withdrawal of the Israeli army from southern Lebanon in 2000, at Mashghara village in the Bekaa valley, Lebanon. Nowadays, it's the portraits of Hezbollah troops who have died fighting in the civil war in neighboring Syria that dot the picturesque landscape of south Lebanon. Like their fallen comrades in the 2006 war with Israel, the Syria fighters are pictured with a rifle, Hezbollah insignia and the in the background, a picture of a Sayida Zeinab mosque, a revered Shiite figure, whose shrine is located outside the Syrian capital, Damascus. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Hussein Malla
Wed, May 29, 2013 2:44 AM EDT