It's all starting to unravel.....
A young man died yesterday. A mother lost her son, a sister lost her brother. He was only twenty years old. What did the people who organized this think was going to happen if they start an "open ended" provocation . If they had made their statement on their first day and left it at that, this young man might still be alive. Did they really think they were going to be able to control everyone all the time to keep it "peaceful". And I fear it's only going to get worse.
I hope Hassan Nasrallah knows that this young man's blood is on his hands now, whoever pulled the trigger.
What I don't understand about the opposition is that they demand and demand and demand but are not willing to give up anything in return. All take and no give. No give Lahoud, no give weapons, no give firm OK for tribunal. They could have so rejoined the government for one session to OK the tribunal and then resigned again to prove their honest intentions. But no , they talk the talk -they claim they will OK the tribunal (just give them veto power) and once they get the Veto they'll start: but in the UN?With Europeans judging our dear Syrian friends? With so and so as the judge? No let's have the tribunal here and let everybody get away with murder as usual, or better still the Syrians try their own citizens in Syria.
I'm sick of it all.
Here's a piece of advice for Hizballah, if you want to achieve your goals, how about giving as well as taking?