An invisible front line in the war on terror is running through Europe, writes Timothy Garton Ash for the LA Times. This front line, however, is not a military but a cultural/political one to be fought by winning over the hearts and minds of young European Muslims. A soldier returning from Basra to his hometown Bradford may do more to reduce the threat of terrorism in Britain through this approach toward British Muslims than by fighting in Basra. For besides the small fraction of fanatics also exist what Germans call sympathisanten — sympathizers who could easily choose the wrong path. It is these sympathizers we need to inspire into becoming integrated pillars of European society.