It used to be said, when the Roman Empire was still a going concern, that all roads lead to Rome. In the same way it might be said that, in the age of Mughniyeh, all terrorist networks lead to Iran.
“Mughniyeh's legacy,” Caroline Glick writes in a stunning retrospective of the terrorist network, “is not simply a laundry list of massacre and torture. It is the nexus of global terror. While it is a great thing that he is dead, it must be understood that his death is insufficient. Hundreds of thousands converged in Beirut to celebrate his life's work. The West must understand the significance of that work and unite to destroy it - layer after layer.”