Sunni hardline preacher Sheikh Ahmad Assir speaks during a protest against an anti-Islam movie, in Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. Anger over insults to Islam's Prophet Muhammad isn't enough to bring Lebanon's divided Sunni and Shiite Muslims together. The two sects, which have been locked in sometimes violent political competition, held separate protests Friday. Sunni protesters accused Shiite Hezbollah of using the demonstrators to distract from the fighting in neighboring Syria. (AP Photo/Ahmad Omar)

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Sunni hardline preacher Sheikh Ahmad Assir speaks during a protest against an anti-Islam movie, in Beirut, Lebanon, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012. Anger over insults to Islam's Prophet Muhammad isn't enough to bring Lebanon's divided Sunni and Shiite Muslims together. The two sects, which have been locked in sometimes violent political competition, held separate protests Friday. Sunni protesters accused Shiite Hezbollah of using the demonstrators to distract from the fighting in neighboring Syria. (AP Photo/Ahmad Omar)