Firstly there are fanctions in Lebanon that are pro west and there are factions that aren't. Hezbollah has never been- quite the contrary- and they have had significant, perhaps decisive influence in Lebanon for years. Hariri was pro Western and had really pissed off Syria and Hezbollah -they felt betrayed -probably why he was gotten rid of. They briefly learned the lesson of unintended consequences after that act but have since gotten a stranglehold on the country once again- Israel's actions in the war have very little, if anything to do with it.
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: 'Ahmadinejad visit proves Lebanon has joined axis of extreme nations'