FILE -- In this file picture taken on Thursday Oct. 25, 2012, Lebanese citizens who are non-affiliated or supported by any existent political party and who reject all forms of violence,

 

              FILE -- In this file picture taken on Thursday Oct. 25, 2012, Lebanese citizens who are non-affiliated or supported by any existent political party and who reject all forms of violence,
FILE -- In this file picture taken on Thursday Oct. 25, 2012, Lebanese citizens who are non-affiliated or supported by any existent political party and who reject all forms of violence, protest during a silent "white march" against the government and the opposition's politics and for those who were killed and injured during the previous Friday's explosion, in Beirut, 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, File)