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  1. “Being a Muslim today means to be always aware that something, somewhere, is somehow offensive to Islam,” said a report issued by WHO, a specialized agency of the UN that acts as a coordinating authority on international public health. “It is a shame to see the wealthiest nations of the world stingily hold on to their pockets in the face of the largest epidemic of reality-induced psychological disorder in human history.”

    The WHO report provides a list of symptoms of the Offended Muslim Syndrome, suggesting that the condition be officially recognized as a disability, with the ensuing costs covered by Western governments. The report also includes advice and recommendations by leading UN-affiliated health professionals:
    Symptoms of Offended Muslim Syndrome (OMS)
    Irritability, agitation, anxiety at the sight of women who are not fully covered
    Prolonged rage or unexplained killing sprees
    Significant changes in immigration patterns
    Brooding about the past glory of the Caliphate
    Decreased effectiveness and minimal work productivity
    Difficulty in understanding new information without a trial lawyer
    Feelings of despair or hopelessness about the existence of Israel
    Recurring thoughts of death to the infidels


    Great stuff.

    This Muslim living in Norway is suffering from the same mental illness that is affecting upwards of a billion peace loving Muslims.

  2. Ridicule is a great weapon to use in this context.

    The more we laugh at them, the more we signal our derision, the more offended and outraged they become.

    Then we just say no . . you don’t get anywhere getting outraged and angry because you don’t get what you want every time you scream and holler like some little kid who can’t have the candy.

    What happens?

    Stress kicks in and when it becomes chronic it inevitably leads to disorders – not only at th psychological level, but also physical disorders – heart problems, diabetes and so on.

    Not a good receipe for longevity.

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