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Submitted by Daisy (United States), Jul 28, 2005 at 22:43

" In 1973, four Swedes held in a bank vault for six days during a robbery became attached to their captors, a phenomenon dubbed the Stockholm Syndrome. According to psychologists, the abused bond to their abusers as a means to endure violence."

Mohammed, perhaps the information above will help you understand how poor Safia coped.

As for your own question: " What is wrong with that? Is it wrong to conquer an evil empire?"
No Mohammed. It's not. That's why we are at war in Afghanistan and Iraq. And that's why we will continue to fight as necessary.
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