The murder of the Jewish extremist Meir Kahane in New York in 1990 may have been a self-contained incident involving an Arab who hated Israel and was unrelated to any larger strategy. This is how it was presented by mainstream media at the time. Numerous facts tend to falsify this common perception. These facts suggest that the murder of Meir Kahane was part of a build-up of a new enemy perception, namely that of a worldwide Islamic terrorist conspiracy that endangers Western nations and world peace. Readers are invited to assess the facts and this tentative conclusion.Read more . . .