Monday, August 24, 2009

Learning to Run from Radical Islam

Fareed Zakaria was one of those experts that Yale University Press relied on when deciding to remove drawings of Mohammend from a book on the issue:

Fareed Zakaria, editor for Newsweek's international edition, host for CNN, and member of Yale University's governing body, tells the Boston Globe that he was consulted about Yale University Press's publication of a book looking at the Muhammad cartoon crisis in Denmark, and that he recommended censorship of the book.

Ah, Zakaria. When it comes to analyzing radical Islam, what can't he screw up? Is this how he thinks we're supposed to learn to live with radical Islam?

I wondered what planet he lived on. Now we know--Yale.