That the Egyptian street has a rational and pressing desire for freedom, opportunity and democracy, doesn't mean it is rational about everything. It doesn't mean that the manner in which they pursue this freedom is rational and it doesn't mean that the way in which they see the outside world, a vision engineered by the very people that Egyptians are rebelling against, is rational. Peace, the very cold peace that exists, is certainly better for all concerned than war and the tragedies that are imbedded in the war experience, but that cold peace is tenuous in the politics of the Egyptian world. That is regrettable.
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