Not Islamic Radicalism as the Rabbi terms it…
World leaders must defend liberal ideas from terrorism
“The warning signs have been visible and steadily increasing to all those willing and able to open their eyes to see the writing on the wall.
When Islamic gunmen murdered seven people in Toulouse, France, in 2012, including three children at a Jewish school, the world looked on appalled but nothing changed. When Islamic gunmen murdered four people at the Jewish museum in Brussels in 2004, the world looked on appalled but nothing changed. When Islamic gunmen murdered four in a Jewish store in Paris in January, the world looked on appalled but nothing changed. These events were sadly just the tip of the iceberg. They were the high profile incidents that generated headlines. What is acknowledged even less is the constant cycle of violence, intimidation and hatred that the Jews (not to mention all the other victims of terror) in many cities in Europe, particularly Paris, have been suffering at the hands of Islamic radicals.”