Sunday, December 19, 2004

Where Do Terrorists Come From

It never hurts to understand the enemy; what motivates him, where he comes from, how many virgins he's looking forward to. Apparently the Foreign Policy Research Institute did just such a study. One interesting highlight I found:
So between the two, you have 88 percent with friendship/family bonds to the jihad; the rest are usually disciples of Bashir and Sungkar. But that’s not the whole story. They also seem to have clustered around ten mosques worldwide that generated about 50 percent of my sample. If you add the two institutions in Indonesia, twelve institutions generated 60 percent of my sample. So, you’re talking about a very select, small group of people. This is not as widespread as people think.

So that means 240 of the 400 terrorists studied came from twelve identifiable mosques. Would it not be worth the savings in human misery to shut down these mosques and arrest their imans and teachers? Instead we have to deal with asinine feel-good multi-cultural seminars in "Islamophobia" like the one recently hosted by the UN.

Some would ask, "But Mr. Snuggle Bunny, what if a Christian church were to be treated as you suggest?"

If I found a Christian church that preached mass-murder I wouldn't wait for the authorities to shut it down...I'd do it myself.

Also interesting to note is how many of the terrorists are college educated--nearly all of them. Atheists are constantly carping that religion leads to violence and religion is a manifest lack of higher education. I guess UBL and his merry band of idiots have dispelled that notion although it'll be a damn cold day in hell before the ACLU admits that.

(Hat tip: Little Green Footballs)

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