by Mark LeVine and Raymond Baker
. . . Two explanations within U.S. policy-making circles have
emerged to explain this hostility, yet both are seriously flawed. A
more honest and promising approach requires rethinking our
conception of Muslim moderation and adjusting our policies to accord
with our highest principles. . . .
The belief that "Islam is the solution" emerged because of the
failure of the West's model of modernity to bring the advertised
freedom, justice, and development. . . .