Unprecedented visit by thousands of Hizbullah's supporters to Hariri's tomb
Lebanon, Politics, 3/21/2005
Thousands of supporters of the Lebanese Hizbullah party on Sunday visited the tomb of the former Lebanese prime minister Rafic Harir in al-Shuhadaa (martyrs) square in the downtown of Beirut for the first time since his assassination on February 14.
Families of the Lebanese resistance martyrs, who were killed during resistance of the Israeli occupation forces of South Lebanon which ended in May 2000, visited the Hariri tomb and laid a wreath of flowers on it.
This coincided with a march for the "scouts of Imam al-Mahdi" of the Hizbullah party which visited the tomb raising the Lebanese flags and pictures of the party's secretary general Hassan Nasrullah and Hariri.
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