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Insanity is a cop out

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Submitted by stanley b (United States), Apr 4, 2012 at 17:49

If these Jihadis are willing to testify that they were insane when they committed terrorist acts in order to get off on a plea, it contrasts significantly with their motivation to proclaim their loyalty to Allah. Moussaoui and many others listed in the article 'Are Jihadists Crazy?' are pretty clear about their motivation and why they are killing innocent infidels. Why aren't we listening to them better?

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