WASHINGTON (AP) — Muslims in the America aren’t cooperating enough with law enforcement to counter the radicalization of young followers by al-Qaeda-linked groups, said a House leader on terrorism issues, renewing debate about religion’s role in motivating extremists and what the United States can do without alienating the Islamic world.
President Hamid Karzai yesterday rejected an apology by the US general running the military campaign in his country for the deaths of nine boys in an attack by a helicopter gunship, sending relations with Washington to a new low.
"... renewing debate about religion’s role in motivating extremists," i.e. taking the focus off of the actual causes of Muslim hatred toward the U.S. and "Israel," and providing us with more excuses to attack them. Good job, radical Zionist extremist (and borderline psycho) King.