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July 27, 2007

Pretending Away Jihad - 'Self-delusional at best and suicidal at worst'

Vasko Kohlmayer, writing at The American Thinker, points to how some in Britain are countering the threat of jihad: They pretend it does not exist:

One would think this would be rather difficult in the wake of the recent terrorist attempts in London and Glasgow, but the jihad-deniers use these very incidents to make their case. The failure of the bombs to go off, they argue, is proof that the would-be terrorists were an assortment of bungling fools. What's more, they extend this characterization to all those who swear by the cause. On this view, the whole concept of jihad is merely a silly concoction of some misguided dolts.
As Kohlmayer suggests in his piece, the approach is, "Self-delusional at best and suicidal at worst."

Cross posted from Hyscience



Posted by Richard at July 27, 2007 10:59 AM





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