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Fueled by Jihad Syndromes

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Submitted by SSMAN (United States), Jan 24, 2011 at 11:59

Dr. Pipes, this innovation is fueled by maladies prevalent in Arab & Muslim societies, which may be defined as extensions to the behavior that you so perceptively and correctly defined as Sudden Jihad Syndrome. These are:

i) Chronic Jihad Syndrome

ii) National Jihad Syndrome - a collective affliction of a high proportion of a nation's population. Pakistan may be the best example of this national disease.

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