"Individual Islamists may appear law-abiding and reasonable, but they are part of a totalitarian movement, and as such, all must be considered potential killers." Now, Yonatan, that you put all points on "i" about Islamism (I liked the most the Marxism-Leninism part) you might go and look for some obscure religion that does not "adapt an age-old faith to the political requirements of our day". And then tell me about it please. The same applies even to so Judaism which for centuries was reduced to communautarian forms of power. It equally applies to any secular ideology (and this whole thesis developped by Durkeim was vis-a-vis nationalist ideologies). Now are the traces of the Durkheimian/Halbwachian sociology theses that you evoke in your posts are to lead to your conlusion about "all potential killers"? Is it also a "scientific" argumentation that those considered as potential killers should be also treated as such? You propose some kind of massive targeted killings, i guess?
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from the article: When the Arab boycott is aimed at Palestine