Pepsi and Hamburgers
Mangala glanced left to Lebanon and saw a man in distress, sipping coffee and shaking his fist at the television.
"Friend Mohammed al-Shahhal, what troubles you," Mangala asked.
Al-Shahhal looked up at Mangala and replied, "Those who applauded the collapse of Lenin's statue for some Pepsi and hamburgers felt the hunger later on and regretted what they did."
Mangala stood silent, lost in thought.