|Photo by Naharnet|
What's even more irritating is that they are even taking the law into their own hands there. Members of Hezbollah start asking for IDs of people they think are suspicious, as if they are the ruling power in Lebanon. Kinda reminds of stories my parents used to tell me during the Lebanese Civil War where different political groups used to take their IDs and investigate them in order to pass a certain area.
News reporters from NOW Lebanon were stopped by Hezbollah in Ouzai, got their IDs investigated and notes taken and then were told to get out of the area. The Lebanese Police, that witnessed the incident, didn't even interfere.
It makes you think what will become of Lebanon when the new Hezbollah-government gets established... and they blame Hariri and his allies for sectarianism.