From the National Post:
In Cyprus, 261 weary evacuees disembarked from the 62-metre Blue Dawn, Passengers said the trip across the eastern Mediterranean was difficult, without air conditioning, adequate water and provisions for the ill.Perhaps ungrateful people such as Nohra would like to return? The voyage on the way back to Lebanon to rescue more people is sure to be less crowded. Being treated like an "animal" for just over a day is a small price to pay considering the alternative is potentially being blown up or turned into a human shield should you have remained.
HT: Honey Pot in comments, here.
Crossposted at Dust my Broom
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Posted by Lisa Turner on Thursday, July 20, 2006