Friday, September 15, 2006

The age of horroism by Martin Amis

The age of horrorism
On the eve of the fifth anniversary of 9/11, one of Britain's most celebrated and original writers analyses - and abhors - the rise of extreme Islamism. In a penetrating and wide-ranging essay he offers a trenchant critique of the grotesque creed and questions the West's faltering response to this eruption of evil.

There is nothing I can add to The Observer's excellent intro.  It's worth a read.

Part One
Part Two
Part Three

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