Most discussions on terrorism these days involves eradicating it. How do we do it?

Prescriptions differ depending on political ideology.

I would rather focus the conversation in a different direction: what can we do to increase terrorism? If we understand how we can increase terrorism, then perhaps if we do the opposite, we can reduce it.

So here is a simple way to increase terrorism:

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Here’s what is fascinating: the same folks who call for divestment in South Africa and Israel now call for investment in Cuba.

For more than three decades, our State Department has listed Cuba as a sponsor of terrorism. Here is what our government says about our neighbor to the south:

“Cuba has long provided safe haven to members of Basque Fatherland and Liberty (ETA) and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).”

Senator Marco Rubio, whose family was forced to flee Cuba, provided even more detail on their terrorist connections:

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To better understand the impact of a nuclear Iran, Congressional Republicans invited Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netenyahu, to speak before a joint session of Congress. Amazingly, some liberal Democrats are going to boycott the Prime Minister’s address because Republicans may have hurt the president’s feelings with their invite.

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