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To Ahamed

Reader comment on item: Sudden Jihad Syndrome (in North Carolina)
in response to reader comment: The SUV: the Sudden Jihadist's Weapon of Mass Destruction

Submitted by fraz (United States), Mar 19, 2006 at 20:27

Ahamed, the point here is this crazy guy was a sane & good person before as you read Dr. Pipes article. But we are discussing what made him evil afterwards.... It would be interesting to know the cause before we treat the whole society for this syndrome. This is important b'cuz there is a potential danger from the future jihadis like the existing one.
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