A photo circulated on social media shows boys burning the ISIS flag in Ashrafieh.
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A small demonstration in Beirut against Al-Qaeda has triggered a commotion because the flags of ISIS and the Nusra Front, which feature a phrase that is the cornerstone of Islam, were set on fire.If Lebanese who are angry at ISIS do an Internet search, they'll easily find images of dozens of anti-ISIS demonstrations in Syria over the past year – people crossed out the word "ISIS," demanded that it leave the country, and creatively mocked or condemned the group for its many misdeeds, all without offending anyone's feelings.
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