Islamist broken windows

When Rudolph Giuliani was mayor of New York City, he took an approach to criminology called “Broken Windows”, generating respect for the law by prosecuting the smallest infractions.

Focusing only on major crime and tolerating petty crime and vandalism, a culture of disrespect for the law and those who enforce it developed, lead to more and more serious crime, according to Giuliani’s thought. The Broken Windows policy was a resounding success — New York hasn’t been a byword for rampant crime for nearly twenty years now — and so it can be with community-based activist Islamism