Hizbullah says it will return things to normal following gov't reversal

Hizbullah's deputy leader Sheik Naim Kassem says the group will "return things" to normal after the government reversed key decisions that had triggered days of conflict. Kassem's comments Thursday came after a meeting with an Arab delegation that is trying to find a solution to Lebanon's worst crisis since the end of the 1975-90 civil war. Clashes between supporters of the government and the Hizbullah-led opposition broke out last week after the Cabinet decided to sack the airport security chief for alleged ties to Hizbullah and declared the guerilla group's private telephone network illegal.