When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love has always won. There have been tyrants and murderers and for a time they seem invincible but in the end, they always fall — think of it, ALWAYS.
Gandhi A flare is seen in the sky as pictured from Houla village near the Lebanese-Israeli border, in southern Lebanon. (Aziz Taher / REUTERS) People walk near damaged buildings at the Gemmayze street in Beirut, Lebanon. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA) Demonstrators wearing protective masks lift placards during a rally to protest the government’s lack of support for the tourism sector and its workforce, in the aftermath of the monster explosion at the port, in Beirut, Lebanon. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP) A giant declaration signed by Nayla Gibran Tueni, hanging along the destroyed facade of the building of “An-Nahar” newspaper, in Beirut, Lebanon. (JOSEPH EID / AFP) A girl takes a selfie with the damaged grain silos in Beirut port, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA) Security forces man a checkpoint to verify the compliance with the COVID19 restrictions on the first day of a reinstated lockdown, in Beirut, Lebanon. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP) An aerial view of the flattened warehouse next to the crater left by the explosion at the port of Lebanon’s capital Beirut. (AFP) Gambian migrant workers protest in front of the consulate of Gambia, asking to be evacuated from Lebanon and be repatriated to their country, in Beirut, Lebanon. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP) Volunteers consolidate a damaged building in the Karantina neighbourhood of Beirut, Lebanon. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP) Shadi Rizk hugs plastic surgeon Dr Joe Baroud, who offers his services for free to people injured by a massive explosion at the port area, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Alkis Konstantinidis / Reuters) Angelique Sabounjian, who was injured at her office during the port explosion, poses for a photograph in Beirut, Lebanon. (Hassan Ammar / AP) A cat sits between rubble and debris of destroyed houses and buildings near the site of the deadly blast in the port of Beirut, Lebanon. (Hassan Ammar / AP) Kenyan domestic worker Christian, 22, eats her lunch on the pavement outside the Kenyan consulate in Beirut, where Kenyans are asking to be evacuated from Lebanon. (Marwan Naamani / DPA) A man looks at a board on which the names of victims killed in the port explosion are written, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Bilal Jawich / Xinhua) An artwork made from broken glass depicting a Lebanese flag alongside a Phoenix bird in the back yard of a building near the port (background) of the capital Beirut, Lebanon. (JOSEPH EID / AFP) The sun rising after firefighters managed to control a fire in the forests of MishMish area in Akkar, north of Lebanon. (Khaled Taleb) Friends of Elias Khoury (15 years old), one of the victims from the blast in the port in Beirut, carrying his coffin in front of his school in Ashrafiyeh area, Lebanon. A man holds, what he claims to be an unexploded projectile fire by Israeli soldiers the previous night during a border flare-up, in Houla, Lebanon. (Mahmoud ZAYYAT / AFP) Imported vehicles damaged at the port in the August 4 massive explosion, in Beirut, Lebanon. (AFP)