In this Tuesday, April 30, 2013 photo, Lebanese boys play under a large poster, right, of Syrian President Bashar Assad with Arabic writing that reads, "everybody's teacher," in the pre

 

              In this Tuesday, April 30, 2013 photo, Lebanese boys play under a large poster, right, of Syrian President Bashar Assad with Arabic writing that reads, "everybody
In this Tuesday, April 30, 2013 photo, Lebanese boys play under a large poster, right, of Syrian President Bashar Assad with Arabic writing that reads, "everybody's teacher," in the predominantly Alawite neighborhood of Jabal Mohsen in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon. Lebanese members of the Syrian leader's Alawite sect fear their tiny community will be a casualty of the civil war raging in the neighboring country. Already, Sunni extremists have stoned a school bus, vandalized stores and beaten or stabbed a number of men in a wave of attacks against Lebanese Alawites, raising fears of more violence should Assad be removed from power.(AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)