"As our convoy turned onto a orchard-lined lane in Lebanon’s southern village of Naqura, the Hezbollah fighters came into view," writes Sara Hussein, a correspondent based in Beirut.
"They were hard to miss. Despite wearing military camouflage and smears of green and black paint on their faces, the fighters were clearly there to be seen. The men stood silently in the long grass between citrus trees, holding guns, RPG launchers, and anti-aircraft systems. They didn’t move."
"'It's like Madame Tussauds with Hezbollah fighters,' said one photographer, snapping frame after frame."