I agree with Jake. It does appear to be pride thats stopping peace, just as it was pride that led to war. It's clear that Nasrallah miscalculated the response, an was caught up in his own self delusions about power. I'm sure many lebanse will turn against him due to the destruction of thier homes, an now he will never feel free out of fear for his life. In fact, it might spell the end of a militant hezbollah. It would be better for both sides to trade prisoners, an find some common ground for a long term peace. This war has exposed the weakness of both sides.
Iran's Rohani calls for more freedom of expression, says that gov't critics shouldn't be jailed (AP)