In this picture taken on Thursday May 23, 2013, Arabic words reading: "the people need to liberate Palestine," are written on a wall that was built by Israel at Fatima Gate, where Hezbollah supporters from all over Lebanon and beyond held some of their demonstrations against Israel, in the southern village of Kafr Kila, Lebanon. A year ago, Israel built the wall along the town's stretch of the border, blocking the view of its territory and ruining the main show in town and destroying the business of the Fatima Gate Restaurant and Gift Shops. In the eerily quiet south, the battle in Qusair seems far away as most residents of towns and villages nervously watch Israeli army patrols drive along the border, their bases tucked away just behind a metal fence. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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In this picture taken on Thursday May 23, 2013, Arabic words reading: "the people need to liberate Palestine," are written on a wall that was built by Israel at Fatima Gate, where Hezbollah supporters from all over Lebanon and beyond held some of their demonstrations against Israel, in the southern village of Kafr Kila, Lebanon. A year ago, Israel built the wall along the town's stretch of the border, blocking the view of its territory and ruining the main show in town and destroying the business of the Fatima Gate Restaurant and Gift Shops. In the eerily quiet south, the battle in Qusair seems far away as most residents of towns and villages nervously watch Israeli army patrols drive along the border, their bases tucked away just behind a metal fence. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
In this picture taken on Thursday May 23, 2013, Arabic words reading: "the people need to liberate Palestine," are written on a wall that was built by Israel at Fatima Gate, where Hezbollah supporters from all over Lebanon and beyond held some of their demonstrations against Israel, in the southern village of Kafr Kila, Lebanon. A year ago, Israel built the wall along the town's stretch of the border, blocking the view of its territory and ruining the main show in town and destroying the business of the Fatima Gate Restaurant and Gift Shops. In the eerily quiet south, the battle in Qusair seems far away as most residents of towns and villages nervously watch Israeli army patrols drive along the border, their bases tucked away just behind a metal fence. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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