This article discusses the paradigmatic relationship and interaction between Muslims, Islam and the “external” world. The analysis elaborates a social theory which explains the Muslim mindset, both political and religious (though the two may be blurred in many aspects of the Islamic life) and their current and potential relationship with the rest of the world.
Specifically, this article assesses the threat of mainstream Muslims’ theological belief that the Quran is inerrant and infallible, combined with their political sympathy for Islamic terrorist organizations.
I swear I've read something very similar before.
Though, I'm not optimistic about Salahudin's strategy.