Saturday, April 2, 2011


John Hinderaker:
Can Islam coexist in a diverse world? It has done so in recent centuries, of course, but it is beginning to appear that this period of accommodation may have been an aberration caused by the extreme weakness of Islamic countries and the relative lack of interaction between Islamic and non-Islamic cultures. Whether coexistence is still possible under modern conditions is a question that does not yet have an answer.
I think not. How to proceed is a difficult question, but we should start by acknowledging our societies' incompatibility.

Via Mark Steyn, who has (as usual) thoughts worth reading.