Wednesday, May 30, 2007

When Fu'ad Sanyurah was reading his speech after the passage of the UNSC resolution for the formation of the Hariri tribunal (also known as the UN "gift to the Lebanese people," according to Raghidah Dirgham) he was exercising iron will-power. I swear, I could see on his face that he was telling himself: whatever you do, o Fu'ad (who can speak English), just don't cry. DON'T CRY. He tried hard to the very end, until his voicing started cracking when he mentioned Rafig Hariri.