Hezbollah Protests Continue to Fill Streets of Beirut - washingtonpost.com: "Each man speaks with sincerity underlined by the desperate conviction that the other side poses an existential threat. Both claim legitimacy from a long list of martyrs, whether Hezbollah's dead in this summer's war with Israel or Hariri and other anti-Syrian figures assassinated in Beirut since his death.
And both speak with certainty of a majority they claim to represent in Lebanon.
'Us,' sign after sign read Friday. In Arabic, the consonants used can also mean, 'We want a clean government.'"