A Lebanese anti-Syrian regime gunman looks at a poster shows a portrait of Malek Haj Deeb, 20, left, with his two friends who were three of several of the young Lebanese men who were ki

 

              A Lebanese anti-Syrian regime gunman looks at a poster shows a portrait of Malek Haj Deeb, 20, left, with his two friends who were three of several of the young Lebanese men who were ki
A Lebanese anti-Syrian regime gunman looks at a poster shows a portrait of Malek Haj Deeb, 20, left, with his two friends who were three of several of the young Lebanese men who were killed in neighboring Syria's civil war last week, in the poor neighborhood of Mankoubeen, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Wednesday Dec. 5, 2012. The families of several of the young Lebanese men who were killed in Syria last week say their sons were more interested in fashion and swimming holidays than fighting in a foreign war. But when the men's corpses turned up in Syria, the government in Damascus said they were part of the stream of foreign jihadists pouring into the country to fight alongside rebels. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)