+ Nir Darmoni, Firstly, a big thank you for your vote of confidence on me being a non radical person which implicitly assumes that other Muslims are. :p ;-)
My commentary was never about me or why majority of the terror attacks involve Muslims. Purely in statistical terms, there is little argument on that. I don't think simply harping about these statistics takes us any closer to the solution or to the answers on why.
In everyone's utopian desire to help explain this phenomenon, people like this author make recommendations that attempt to address the symptom than the root-cause. As a seasoned engineer, you know what happens when we do that. We patch one problem only to create another one elsewhere. The ISIS phenomenon is classical example of it. In our desire to selectively force democracy upon Syria and Iraq, instead of approaching our friends in Gulf, unknowingly, we have un-leashed a situation which is worse than it ever was even under the brutal dictators (who I never or do approve of either).
The main intent of my comment was to highlight this flawed approach of addressing symptoms without looking for the root-cause. In this case, the root-cause happens to be Emirs and Sheikhs from our very friendly Gulf states who are funding ISIS - while we continue to beat our drums around Iran and North Korea as terrorist states - the Saudi monarchy and its Wahabi idealogy.