A Lebanese soldier bleeds after being hit in the mouth by a stone during a protest in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, May 7, 2008. Hezbollah supporters clashed with government backers in several Beirut neighborhoods Wednesday, using guns and stones after the militant group blocked major roads with burning tires and dirt to enforce a labor strike.
An anti-government opposition activist adds to the pile of burning tyres during a protest in Beirut, Lebanon, 07 May 2008. Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah-led opposition blocked streets in central Beirut and on the road to the international airport, a strike that has turned into a showdown between the militant Shiite group and Western-backed Prime Minister Fouad Saniora
An anti-government rioter lifts a drum after setting barricades on fire on a main road near a government building in Beirut May 7, 2008. Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah-led opposition blocked main roads in Beirut with burning barricades on Wednesday, paralysing the capital in a long-running political standoff with the U.S.-backed government. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi
Shi'ite opposition gunmen patrol during gun battles in a street in Beirut May 7, 2008. No Source