The seamless garment of terrorism

We believe that the upcoming election is, above all, a referendum on whether the war on terrorism is a deadly serious thing or an over-reaction to a law enforcement issue. President Bush, of course, repesents those who hold the former view. Yet, even the Bush administration frequently fails to understand the full global implications of Jihad, and that blind spot is most apparent when, as is so often the case, Israel is on the receiving end of terrorism.
Mackubin Owens has recently returned from Israel and he explains, on Ashbrook Center website, why “9/11 and terrorist attacks against Israel form a seamless garment.” Owens draws heavily on the work of Saul Singer of the Jerusalem Post, whose book Confronting Jihad represents the definitive explication of the reality of Israel


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