Meme breaking with facts.
The problem is not insanity, poverty or family problems. The problem is a religion that preaches hate against people of all other faiths and orders its own followers to kill us. People with psycho-social problems who have been fed this religion since birth may be more vulnerable to act according to its God and prophet, but the root cause – the match that lit the fire, the cause without which these people would never have been told that killing is a good thing – is still the religion.
In connection with at least three Muslim terror attacks (one, two, three) this year, police were able, almost on the spot, to diagnose the attacker as suffering from mental illness. It always amazes me how authorities are able, in a surprisingly short time, to diagnose somebody. Being an experienced psychologist myself, I know that it usually takes hours, and most often days, weeks or even months, to correctly diagnose a person.
Having worked with criminal Muslims (see my article: “Report from the therapy room: Why are Muslims more violent and criminal?”) and done extensive psychological analysis of Islam’s texts for years, my take is that the enormous amounts of hate speech in the Quran (Allah’s revelations through the angel Gabriel to Muhammad) and the Hadiths (Muhammad’s equally holy words and deeds) function as propaganda that makes the psychological step to follow these same books’ hundreds of orders for Muslims to kill non-Muslims shorter and easier – no matter if you are sane, rich and have a happy family, or not.