Ok, he apologized. I must say I didn't expect it, but was relieved he did. It must have been very difficult for a man of his stature, but in this day and age, he must know that his words have implications that affect more than just his congregation. Luckily no one went crazy over this in Lebanon (this time), the criticism was voiced in a civilized manner, rather than being acted out in the way of barbarians. Hey, maybe there's hope for us yet.
Now lets forget about it and move on, we have a lot of more important things to worry about, we have a country to rebuild structurally, financially and emotionally.