trelawney126 said:The reference to "families" was purely to demonstrate that where the family knew about the radicalisation of family members who actively sought to join in the carnage, and did nothing whatsoever to avert the situation, either by using a mullah with an understanding and belief in the principles of a peaceful muslim tradition and assimilation into the community. Or to the authorities.
We see on the news 2nd or even third generation muslims yelling abuse and hatred at homecomming troops. Mullahs who are fanatical praying for carnage openly on the streets. These thankfully are condemned by the Muslim Council of Great Britain. It does nothing to allay the anxieties or fears of the man in the street. Fears and hatred are generated by the selective media outlets who have a vested political interest and seek to destabilize.
Polititians don't seem to have an answer, and viewing programmes from Al jaheeza don't offer a solution. The middle east has always been a problem and will continue to be so. The main problem is the lack of a longterm decent plan that enables man to live in harmony, but it won't come in our time or even our childrens. Unstable countries, like Iran, Venezuala, Somali, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Congo. one could go on.
The problem on the streets is Assimilation into that countrys society, up one level its purely about power, oil, mineral, water rights.
Take away the religious fanatical element from the equasion and you have Russia, Chile,Argentina, Great Britain, Canada, the US waiting to exploit the worlds untapped resources, as soon as the ice caps dissapear, most willing to fight over it.
What is your answer to the worlds ills?
In all honesty you are making it more complicated than it is, have a read, some interesting idea's here, no solutions though!: Controlling the chaos or creating it?