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Submitted by donvan (United States), Feb 24, 2006 at 16:15

The inmates have taken the asylum. The Islamists, unrestrained by higher functioning brain activity insist, on pain of death, that all must embrace their peculiar mythology or be killed.. On the Islamic psycho ward, obsessive /compulsive behavior is the norm. Extreme reaction and loss of self control is to be expected from even small, imagined transgressions.Suicidial ideation is common, taking of human life is, to the deluded mind,a virtue. These individuals need heavy medication and, possible isolation. Reason and rational thought processes are noteably absent. Do not expect progress by psychotherapy.

Behavior modification with heavy doses of medication may show results. The disorder is most pronounced in those with close contact with others who share the same disorder. Under no circumstances allow these individuals to operate ports of entry, airports,railroads, parking garages, or convenience stores. Do not enable the behavior by gifts of money, foreign aid, humanitarian aid, or votes at the United Nations.


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