"Israeli attacks on Lebanon, pre-emptive strikes on Iraq (and perhaps Iran), torture, imprisonments without trial – all tactics in the “war on terror” – have been predictably counterproductive, fuelling anger and multiplying “the enemy”. "
"Perhaps making us safer is not, after all, the aim. In war, winning may not be the point... Sometimes maintaining the enemy may even be more useful than defeating it."
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