Monday, January 26, 2009

Europe Hopes Obama Shifts on 'Terror'

By Don Ediger
January 26, 2009

President Barack Obama can make great strides in combating al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups if he abandons George W. Bush's heated rhetoric and unrealistic view of how terrorism is structured, says Rik Coolsaet, a top European expert on terrorism.

Read on.

2 comments:

R. Underwood said...

Hurray for Coolsaet! It's about time that Americans understand the true nature of terrorism.

Ralph Underwood
New York
rnw1313@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

There is a slight problem. I hope it's slight. Both bin Laden and Bush decided that the number one place to battle was Iraq rather than the US or Pakistan.

but Obama is cramping al Qaeda's style. In the short run dealing intelligently with al Qaeda will make them far more dangerous domestically.

Further comment at http://capitolhillblue.com/cont/blog/2419

http://www.phillyimc.org/en/obama-be-truly-peace-president-al-qaeda-would-have-give-its-dreams-future