The Miami Herald notes an interest question: why, when America is a greater enemy of al Qaeda than Britain, do most al Qaeda attacks target the Crown and not the Constitution?
Some reasons are straight-forward:
The United States is geographically more separate from the Middle East, the home of Islamic fundamentalism. Beyond that, especially since 9/11, the nation has cracked down on both travel and new-resident visas, making it harder for terrorists from outside to get into the country.
But there’s this important one too:
”The Islamic population in the United States is better assimilated into the general population, whereas here, in Germany, in France, they’re very much on the outside looking in,” he said. “When people get disaffected, sadly, there’s not much loyalty to country in that sort of situation.”
Sadly, a fifth column of multiculturalists will do their best to roll back the integration of American Muslims.
When al Qaeda becomes fashionable on college campuses, the multiculturalists will be to blame many times over.