To trivialize my views on a topic as vast of of terrorism with "Deepak Blames America," as Ms. Rabinowitz has done, not only suggests how abysmally uninformed she is, but also speaks to the ever-sinking journalistic standards of her newspaper.
Deepak Chopra went on CNN Wednesday night to give his take on the Mumbai attacks and how to prevent similar attacks in the future, but producers cut Chopra off when he started to get too controversial.
As long as Indian troops are patrolling lands where Muslim insurgents exist and elicit government responses that ostracize the Muslim public and moderates, there will continue to be attacks on Indian soil. Period.
There is a deep transformation afoot -- cities seem to be losing the capacity they have long had to triage conflict. Today the search for national security may well become a source for urban insecurity.