16 July 2005 - Saturday

In others' words: jihad edition

In "My Enemy’s Friend Is My Enemy" at Liberty & Power, Sudha Shenoy insists that jihadism must be recgonized as a political struggle within Islam.

At Chapati Mystery, Sepoy argues that school shootings and The Matrix can tell us something about the mentality that fosters terrorism.

William F. Buckley says that world war is easy. Changing minds is hard.

The Pew Global Attitudes Project finds that in Muslim countries, support for terrorism and confidence in bin Laden have generally been falling (especially since 2004, where the data are that specific).

"I Am the Very Model of a Modern Labour Minister" is a Flash lampoon of Britain's national ID cards.

| Posted by Wilson at 15:07 Central | TrackBack
| Report submitted to the Communications Desk