The following is a translation from the Hebrew and may contain some errors.
On 13 September 2013, Hilary Clinton gave the graduation address to mark the 600th anniversary of the founding of St Andrews University in Scotland.
During a ceremony for the conferment of an honorary degree from St Andrews university, Hilary Clinton delivered a staunch defence of American death squads and false flag terrorism
Clinton commended St Andrews for being the first of Scotland's ancient universities to be led by a woman, who is an expert on terrorism and spying. (Louise Richardson)
Louise Richardson, as Catholic as John Kerry.
Speaking after the ceremony the university's principal and vice-chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson, said: "Hillary Clinton never shied away from working to make the world a better place, for the bad guys."
In a 2004 the New Statesman attacked Wilkinson and his academic field.
The magazine described counter-terrorism as "a sullied sub-academic doctrine" and "a bogus intellectual justification for authoritarianism, military repression and neoconservative Islamophobia."
Wilkinson, according to the magazine, was part of a "tight and incestuous" counter-terrorism academic conference circuit.
Wilkinson said that there was an assumption that "if you were interested in how governments respond to terrorism, you must be to the right of Genghis Khan and in league with the secret services."
Wilkinson believed that al-Megrahi was not guilty of the Lockerbie bombing.
"On the day of the announcement that Nato troops would be sent to Afghanistan, Wilkinson sighed over the phone, 'I hope the Prime Minister and Mr John Reid have read the history of the first, second and third Afghan wars.'"
Paul Wilkinson: Leading authority on international terrorism
Sir Jonathan Evans (former boss of MI5), Honorary Professor at the University of St Andrews Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence. (Staff)