Addressing the nation on Friday evening on the terror in Boston, President Obama asked "why." But clues are hiding in plain sight. At exactly the same time that the Tsarnaev brothers were building their bombs and planning their attack, Islamic front men at the UN were demanding that the organization define terrorism with an exception clause for "legitimate struggle." Speaking for 56 Islamic nations, Egypt demanded that world attention be refocused on "root causes" - which were said to "include...political and economic injustices, and political marginalization." In short, the game plan of Islamic states is to fuel a manufactured sense of grievance that breeds terrorists – whether they live in Boston or Chechnya or anywhere else. It doesn't matter whether Tamerlan or Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ever took the usual American school trip to the United Nations. The poisonous ideology of Islamic countries that is continually broadcast unimpeded from the UN's global stage is ubiquitous.