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Submitted by Lee D. Cary (United States), Mar 14, 2006 at 11:14

I so wish Dr. Pipes had not written this article. Mr. Taheri-azar's attorney, whether or not it's Ramsey Clark, has been handed a compeling (to a sympathic judge) defense strategy that will quickly be known by its acroynm: SJS.

SJS will lead to DJS (Delayed Jihad Syndrome) the next time a recent-Islamic-convert, post-Gulf-service, US military personnel goes postal against his comrades.

Then, ten years from now, when the teenage son of a (then) recent immigrant family from Iraq shoots up his high school it will attributed to Post Traumatic Stress-Induced Delayed Sudden Jihad Syndrome, or PTSIDSJS for short.

We've only just seen the beginning of the many facets of Jihadic rage. Under-employed defense lawyers all over the US are salivating.
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