Some Christian Lebanese speak out...
I wish more newspapers would carry such stories....
Ain Ibl is next to the flattened village of Bint Jbeil, where there was heavy fighting between Hezbollah and Israel.
Imad Khoury, 38, the head of the local council, said the town is surrounded by Hezbollah missile batteries.
Hezbollah is dispensing up to $US12,000 ($16,000) to people who have lost property in the war, but Mr Hasrouni says he will not accept it. "We don't want to be indebted to Hezbollah," he said.
Residents who fled the town during the war returned to find bloodstains on their couches, or dirty handtowels where Hezbollah fighters had used their toilets, Mr Hasrouni said, adding that although many locals did not support this war, they could not stop it. Three years ago Hezbollah seized his olive groves for military purposes. He could do nothing.
"I do not like Hezbollah," said Mr Hasrouni, who still is afraid to visit his groves.
"I am disappointed with this war because Israel didn't really do the job … And I really don't believe anyone could disarm Hezbollah."