Moshe Feiglin was in New York on September 11, 2001. In a flash of brilliance he understood and wrote this profound essay. What ever you may think of Feiglin, informed or otherwise, read this essay. It contains an uncomfortable truth that the liberal West is unwilling to embrace. The West prefers to negotiate its surrender believing that the “alligator” won’t eat it.
He recommended destroying their symbols just as they destroyed ours.
Subsequent events have proved him right:
When the black boxes of the hijacked airplanes are recovered, we will hear the pilots screaming “Allah Akbar” in the last moments before the crash. They slaughtered you in the name of Allah and now the President calls on you to pray to him.