Hezbollah supporters rally to protest anti-Islam film
epa03401049 Supporters of Hezbollah hold banners as they march during a mass rally to denounce an anti-Islam US-made film, at southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon, 17 September 2012. Media reports state that amid chants of 'God is Great', Hezbollah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah made a rare live appearance in front of a massive crowd in Beirut's southern suburbs protesting a US-made film which mocked Islam's prophet Mohammed. This is the first appearance for Nasrallah in front of a crowd since December 2011. EPA/NABIL MOUNZER
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