Tonight, 12:30 AM in Beirut, a car-bomb exploded in a suburb of Beirut. The car exploded in a commercial strip, and initial reports indicate that the casualties are few.
This is Jamil el Seyyed's warning. He's not going down without a fight. Tonight it was in a sparsly populated area; tomorrow, who knows!
Yesterday he gave an unprecedented press conference in which he proclaimed that he would "sue himself for neglegence" - all of you know what I think about that (if you don't, read my last post).
Almost all politicians condemned him for doing so. Their reason: the Lebeanese constitution stipulates that bureaucrats are barred from interacting with the public. Their only means for doing so are through the people's representatives (ministers and parliament members).
I guess that we've just received his response: "If I can't talk, who's gonna stop me from blowing things up?"
What should we expect next? A State of Emergency?