Nothing to Worry About: London Bridge Jihadi Was Safely 'Deradicalized'
London Bridge jihad murderer Usman Khan was at Cambridge University Friday, attending a prisoner rehabilitation conference, when he suddenly decided to demonstrate the effectiveness of the "deradicalization" process: Khan stabbed Jack Merritt, 25, to death at what the Daily Mail called a "prisoner rehabilitation conference that paired jailed killers with students and held creative writing workshops."
This universal failure is no surprise. Deradicalization programs are
based on a false premise: that jihadis are misunderstanding Islam and
misinterpreting the Qur'an, and can simply be shown the error of their ways. If
the true teachings of Islam are peaceful, then all that needs to be done is
show the jihadis how they're overlooking all the peace, and all will be well.
But since the Qur'an and Sunnah are full of commands to make war against and
subjugate unbelievers, the idea that jihadis can be "de-radicalized" by
reference to them is just a myth told to infidel authorities to lull them into