Twenty-year-old Saudi Arabian Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari is busted before he can carry out a terrorist attack.
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Effective advocacy for Israel means finding a way to get the message across to people. And getting one’s message across to others effectively involves psychology. People identify with various groups. If you are a Dallas Cowboys fan, you will naturally feel comfortable with other Cowboys fans, and it is easier for the other fans to gain your trust. The same with people who come from the same town you are from, or people of your faith, people who share your hobbies, or people of the same age and socio-economic status. This is natural.
In Israel, two wings of the progressive movement are set to clash, and hopefully take each other out in a blaze of stupid, while the rest of us point and laugh… the environmentalist movement and the jihad movement are about to go to war. Or, if they had any shreds of intellectual honesty, they would.