Perfect Bedfellows: Terrorism and Religious Extremism

Violence. Gore. Calabashfuls of blood splattered all over our screens, big and small.  Cries of victims. Silence. Yet, none of this is new. The pages of history drip with the redness of pain, people’s pain, sordid memories of pogroms, holocausts, genocides.

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