Supporters of the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah early Monday morning, November 25, attacked protesters in the Lebanese capital Beirut.
Early morning in Central Beirut, clashes between protesters and Lebanese supporters of the ruling terrorist group Hezbollah. Dozens of young people on mopeds arrived at the place where he rallied demonstrators and attacked them with batons and metal bars, shouting slogans in support of Hezbollah.
The situation had to intervene the police, who formed a living wall between the conflicting parties. However, this confrontation did not end and the sides a few hours throwing each other stones. Law enforcement officers restrained both sides with tear gas.
As a result of fierce opposition by many parties to the conflict were heavily beaten and injured. The conflict began with the fact that the protesters blocked traffic at a major intersection in the center of the Lebanese capital, connecting the Eastern and Western areas of the city, and roads in areas North of Beirut and the Eastern Bekaa valley.
Note that in Lebanon formed a political crisis after October 29, the resignation of Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri. He was never able to negotiate with the party of the President Michel Aoun, Amal and her allied Hezbollah.