Yossi, Why mixing a potential interesting article with your own prejudice against Islam and muslims? Your article moves from nice analysis to contradictions and shortcut comparisons. Judging a country and its citizens due to how the taxi drivers behave? A bit naive and ridiculous. And I think most analysts agree that the was in the Balkan was not mainly a religious war, it steems back from the brek up of the cold war, international interference and Milosevic's uerge for keeping the power, to the war between family klans and small militias. Having mysefl spent 4 years in the Balkan I always am cautious to bring into this conflict too much religion because I think this was never the main reason. And it is definitely dangerous to start sepculating again in this sense. Just like the on-going conflicts in the Middle east are not mainly about religion, but about power, oppression, economical intrests and oil.
Stabbing reported in Kiryat Gat in southern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: 'Does it look dangerous to you?'