"With ONE (Mark Lincoln) discussing the topic with cool reason" Sometimes I also like to read Mark Lincoln. Although I may have problems with some aspects of Israeli politics and talkback from time to time (it's weakening, isn't it? You get tired and hopeless when you read it) we should try nonetheless to imagine ourselves in the situation of the concerned nations: If you participate in talkback and fortunately care in a certain way about what is going on, your and ML's "cool reason" in this might also be due to the fact that you and Mark Lincoln do not share the situation of the people in the Middle East, neither do I by the way and I also forget the difference of situations from time to time. It's not only the everlasting threat of war, but also other things which are different from the situation in Germany: water scarceness for example. Marx and Kant may both have been rationalists, but they both knew that much depends on the eye of the beholder.
U.S., allies stage 20 strikes against Islamic State in Iraq (Reuters)
from the article: Think tank: Israel could attack Iran's nuclear program alone
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