Lahoud really missed President Assad. Mind you, they did not just shake hands, like what PM Seniora did with Assad, no--Lahoud met with Assad before the Arab Leaders' Summit was about to start in Khartoum.
Interestingly enough, the Sudanese President was quoted stating that on the sidelines of the Summit, there will be a closed session dealing with mending Syrian-Lebanese relations. Guess what the Sudanese President assured everyone?
"The minutes of the meeting will not be kept and no recorded documents will be released," he added.
I must say, how comforting! Is that supposed to be a good thing or bad? And why such an important meeting, if it will occur in the first place, should go unnoted for?
The Arab League is truely a pathetic organization!
"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."