Credit Where Credit is Due
Another good sign that conservatives are learning about the Islamic threat is National Review’s review of Andrew Bostom’s important book. This is certainly a step in the right direction (although the author still shows signs of his ignorance about Islam) and a welcome contrast to a previous article in NR and past dhimmitude. At least they have opened their pages to the debate—including those critical of Islam. Could it be that they are trying to compete with Human Events?
Links to other reviews of Bostom's book.
Wait, there’s more: the Pentagon is learning, too.
Paul Sperry, notes that: “Four years into the war on terror,
Someone at the Pentagon finally realized that:
"… political Islam wages an ideological battle against the non-Islamic world at the tactical, operational and strategic level. The West's response is focused at the tactical and operation level, leaving the strategic level -- Islam -- unaddressed. … Islam is an ideological engine of war (Jihad)," concludes the sensitive Pentagon briefing paper. And "no one is looking for its off switch."