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Response to Brescia Case (comment by Bruno)

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Submitted by Michael C (United Kingdom), Feb 8, 2005 at 14:59

Bruno writes that the authorities in this incident described the perpetrator as 'a bad psychiatric case'.

This is totally accurate, and may even be the best way of describing Islamists and other religious fundamentalists.

Is the psychic madness that infected Germany, Cambodia, China & Rwanda at various points in history the same disease that affects Islamists today?

The West is in denial whilst a consumer boom continues in full swing. Nobody wants to interrupt their shopping just now.

Michael C
London
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