Jihad thrives where the nation-state is weak

At the Spectator today on the subject of Jonathan Sack’s book on why people kill for religion, and how Islamism thrives when traditional nation-states break down. (In fact one of the things protecting Turkey from this problem is Atatürk’s nationalism).

I especially liked this comment below, which could have been from Viz’s Charlie Pontoon.

What do you think?