The idea of blanket murder to those who do not agree with you seems a lot like the same ideas that show up in certain mosques. It is just that in this case it is in Hebrew. It's funny, when God called Abraham out from his family in Ur (Non Jewish Territories) that eventually God expected Abraham's descendants to to be different in all their ways. The authors of this book seem to wish to go back to the ways of those who live in those non Jewish territories. One does not need to be radical Muslim to desire murder in their heart. King David had a strong desire for something one time (not murder/ but he did end up doing that) and what did it do to his life? His family, and his nation? Consider the way of God before acting out on something because there may be no return from that choice.
Law expanding definition of terrorist activity passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)
from the article: The King's Torah: a rabbinic text or a call to terror?