The term "cycle of violence" applies even in the full and final analysis.


Google(); req('single_work'); $('.js-splash-single-step-signup-download-button').one('click', function(e){ req_and_ready('single_work', function() ); new c. Michael JT, thanks for a great headline, and perhaps a start about the least acknowledged part of the War on Terror.It's a strategically important attempt -- but I'm afraid I think it's your weakest, somehow. You end with mere resistance to the idea from the famous Pogo quote: “We have met the enemy, and he is us”. Perhaps my own passion against the lousy press coverage blinds me to yours.In fact, such a bias is more irresponsibly wrong, and dangerous, than the release of the Abu pictures. Take this passage: The Arab-Israeli conflict is routinely referred to as a tit-for-tat "cycle of violence," as though Israelis and Palestinians are chimps with sticks beating each other over the head for no good reason other than that the other chimp just did the same five minutes ago.While the TCS note was fine, I was disappointed – you’ve done much better. "Spinning for Al Qaeda" doesn't meet Tom Grey's standards for passion. It belies the fact that Israelis are still defending themselves from a half-century-long eliminationist onslaught.

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