Hvorfor kineserne ikke smider bomber i S-togene

Hellere 300.000 kinesere, latino’er, indere, nepalesere, thai’er etc., end en global massebevægelse, som blindt følger det samme krigsmanual. EU og Mediterrean-projektet er decideret ude på at ødelægge Europa ved at fylde landene op med dem der SMIDER bomber i S-togene.

Visse islam-troende har set, hvor det bærer hen ad – jeg husker en arabisk intellektuel sige, at Europa ikke har den hensynsløshed og brutalitet, der skal til for at holde disse mennesker i skak.

Abdel-Moneim Said* on why the Chinese don’t leave bombs on the London underground

Many readers, writing to the editor, note that columnists spend a great deal of time describing problems but then stop short of presenting a solution. This is true. More often than not, writers have no solution to offer: either the problems are too complex or else another issue suddenly looms and off they go explaining that. A few weeks ago, in reaction to the London and Sharm El-Sheikh bombings, all we talked about was terror. Then the focus moved on to the deaths of King Fahd and John Garang and news of the Egyptian presidential elections.

But can we really take our minds off terror? There is nothing more relevant to the fate of Arab and Muslim nations than the disturbing fact that some of our compatriots and fellows in faith have taken it upon themselves to go on an international killing spree. Terror attacks pose an immediate threat to our political and economic development and sow seeds of mistrust between us and the rest of the world. We cannot afford to leave the matter aside until the next column of smoke clouds the horizon and yet more carnage is upon us. But it is hard to offer a solution without looking further into the problem.

One approach is to compare events across space and time. When similar events develop one can learn much from the parallels, or the lack thereof. It is not an exact method but it is the best we have.

In the case of terror there are two dominant views. One is that the frustration of Muslims over Iraq and Palestine and their anger at past colonialism is what drives them to extremism. Another is that a fascist strain of thought, fuelled by fanatical zeal, is spreading mayhem in the hope of controlling the region and the world. According to this view jihadists are fascists in new clothes.

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