epa03131979 A Lebanese veiled woman, anti-Syrian regime salafist protester, takes pictures with her mobile phone, during a demonstration against the Syrian regime organized by a Lebanese Salafist group at Martyrs' Square in Beirut, Lebanon, 04 March 2012. Hundreds of Pro-Syrian protesters chanted slogans against Saudi Arabia king and Qatar Prince. Meanwhile hundreds of anti-Syrian regime protesters were also calling for 'Jihad' against the al-Assad regime. Both protests were monitored by the Lebanese security forces and separated with Barbed wires. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH
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