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Islamic Insanity

Reader comment on item: "At War with Islamic Fascists"

Submitted by Robert Guinaugh (United States), Aug 14, 2006 at 12:51

President Bush's descriptive term of describing the enemy as "Islamic Fascists", is a true and accurate description from a political perspective. But the people with whom this descriptive category is comprised of is in actuality removed for the most part from any political "party" or movement. Instead, I believe that the majority of persons who espouse all of the hate, violence and anti-West rhetoric are more behaviorial abnormalities.

The moderate and "peace-loving" Muslims around the world fervently reject the violent proclamations of these radical fundamentalists. The moderates are quick to assure non-Muslims that the Khoran does not advocate acts of violence. From a political perspective these radical Muslims have failed to capture a widespread consensus amongst civilians in any electoral forum.

I believe that the majority of these radical Muslims are clinically unstable and from a criminal prosecution perspective, would be found criminally insane in a court of law. Criminally insance Islamists affords a reference where Islam is not offended and a political affiliation or philosophy is eliminated since it does not actually apply.


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