No sign of the desired dhimmitude from the Bush White House or its allies. From FoxNews, with thanks to DC Watson:
NEW YORK “” Although Al Qaeda-linked groups recently executed two kidnapped civilian workers, the United States continues to maintain it will not negotiate with terrorists, whatever the price “” even if violence against Americans and their allies gets worse.
“I think there’s a likelihood [attacks could escalate in Iraq and Saudi Arabia] and that’s certainly the philosophy behind refusing to negotiate with terrorists,” said Robert Jordan, a former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia. “I think it’s a sound philosophy “” one that’s proved the test of time “¦ that should be continued.”
Jordan’s comments came after news broke Tuesday that suspected Al Qaeda terrorists had beheaded hostage Kim Sun-il, a South Korean who worked for a U.S. military supplier.