I hate to say it, but the only thing that will wake up the public to the threat of Islam is another horrific attack against America, one in which even the apologists will not be able to deny is related to the radical ideology.
Read from Atlas Shrugs:
JIHADI ATTACKS SOAR, QUADRUPLE IN THE DECADE SINCE SEPTEMBER 11, 2001, NOT A MENTION OF "ISLAM" OR "MUSLIM" OR "JIHAD"
You have to hand it to Reuters. They do an entire article on "the number of terrorist attacks quadrupling in the decade since September 11, 2001," and they never mention jihad, Islam or anything that points to motive, the reason, for these acts of war in the cause of Islam. It is utterly amazing.
But they have no trouble blaming any defense measures taken against this scourge on humanity. Yes, they blame the "war on terror." You cannot make this shiz up.
Terrorist attacks soar, deaths down from 2007 peak: study December 4, 2012 (thanks to Ken)There's more.
(Reuters) - The number of terrorist attacks each year has more than quadrupled in the decade since September 11, 2001, a study released on Tuesday said, with Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan the most affected.The number of annual deaths in attacks, however, peaked in 2007 -- the height of the Iraq conflict -- and has been falling ever since. Thereported 7,473 fatalities in 2011, 25 percent down on 2007. That figure included dead suicide bombers and other attackers.Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and Yemen were the five countries most affected by terrorism in descending order, it said, based on a measure giving weightings to number of attacks, fatalities and injuries and level of property damage.The Global Terrorism Index - published on Tuesday by the U.S.- and Australia-based Institute for Economics and Peace think tank - ranked countries based on data from the Global Terrorism Database run by a consortium based at the of Maryland, a commonly used reference by security researchers.The U.S. militarypursued as part of the West's anti-al Qaeda "war on terror", the researchers suggested, may have simply made matters worse - while whether they made the U.S. homeland safer was impossible to prove.