Can't Help But Notice

The quiet dignity of Pierre Gemayel's father in the wake of his son's assassination:
Shocked and drawn, the former president stood in the street outside St. Joseph’s Hospital and spoke to gathered reporters and supporters.
“I would like to ask those who love Pierre to preserve the cause,” he said with a dazed calm. “We don’t want to do anything instinctively. He was serving the cause, and he died for Lebanon, for freedom and for humanity. And we should not desecrate his memory by any irresponsible acts.”

As opposed to the "car-b-ques" that result in other quarters from even perceived slights.