Countering Totalitarian Islam

Sanders, Sol
May 2013
Outpost;May2013, Issue 265, p13
The article looks at the move of the U.S. government in countering terrorist threats since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. It notes that while the U.S. has been successful in dealing with terrorist threats, the bombing at the Boston Marathon in Boston, Massachusetts in 2013 opened a new period for such disasters. He mentions the need to have an frank and open discussion on low-cost terrorism with the participation of a growing number of well-meaning Muslim believers.


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