When you behold all those whose freedom is at risk...it can overwhelm you. So ...just concentrate on just the next horse (that is all). Then when it is saved...concentrate on the next horse. It then is easier to see your victories..instead of the losses. But no matter what..lady...there are souls that are free again, and that is what counts. Good luck
I imagine we see this as a net improvement over their old position.
Perhaps the biggest problem is that the Turks don't want to be on the opposite side of this thing from the Iranians.
That would represent a whole new problem for both of them.
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