U.K. Terror Attack Woolwich Slaying Will Not Become Britain's 'Ramallah Lynch' Moment

The murder of an off-duty soldier on a South London street is not a watershed moment and will not lead to a backlash against Britain's three million Muslim citizens.

For many Israelis, the footage Wednesday of a young man brandishing a cleaver, his hands red with the fresh blood of a slain British solider, proudly claiming to have committed the murder in the name of Allah and in retaliation for Britain's invasion of Arab lands, was eerily reminiscent.