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Islam as mental illness

Reader comment on item: It's Not Road Rage, It's Terrorism

Submitted by Bamaguje (Nigeria), Apr 4, 2012 at 08:20

"...time and again, the establishment has conjured up similarly lame excuses for Islamist terrorism, including "a work dispute," a "stormy [family] relationship," the acne drug Accutane, an "attitude problem," and "loneliness and depression." - Daniel Pipes

You forgot Obama's infamous mis-characterization of Nidal Hassan Jihadist shooting rampage at Fort Hood Tx which killed 13 people, and Obama labelled it WORK PLACE VIOLENCE.

"Most disturbing, however, is the tendency to ascribe Islamist terror to diminished mental capacity..." - Daniel Pipes

This is not totally incorrect as Islamism can be considered a form of mental illness afflicting Muslims. A pseudo-religion that sanctions massacres, rape, armed robbery, incest and paedophillia not surprisingly turns otherwise sane Muslims into violent Jihadi criminals.

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