The conflict began 12th of July 2006 following the capture of two Israeli soldiers who were kidnapped by Hezbollah. Thirty-three days later the fighting between Israeli soldiers and Hezbollah militants had ended with a bombed-out Beirut and more than 1200 Lebanese, mostly civilians, dead. The capital of Lebanon have started to lick their wounds and to restore the bombarded city for God knows which time. Lebanese youth below the age of 25 years, who constitute more than half of the population, are faced by unemployment and are dreaming of a better life in Dubai or Europe. The young people are in large numbers leaving the country with no intention of returning.