In this Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 photo, anti-Syrian regime protesters chant slogans as they listen to Sheik Ahmad al-Assir, unseen, a hard-line Sunni Lebanese cleric, deliver a sermon in su

 

              In this Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 photo, anti-Syrian regime protesters chant slogans as they listen to Sheik Ahmad al-Assir, unseen, a hard-line Sunni Lebanese cleric, deliver a sermon in su
In this Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 photo, anti-Syrian regime protesters chant slogans as they listen to Sheik Ahmad al-Assir, unseen, a hard-line Sunni Lebanese cleric, deliver a sermon in support of Syrian rebel fighters and Syrian refugees, after the Friday prayer, in Beirut, Lebanon. There are indications that Lebanon's Sunni community is drifting away from it traditional moderate leadership to _ in some cases _ hard-line sectarian preachers. The drift is rooted in part in a years-long leadership vacuum among Lebanese Sunnis that has seen the community's fortunes fall as those of rival Shiites have risen on the back of their powerful Hezbollah group.(AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)