H/T: Nicolai Sennels
Psychology: Why Islam creates monsters
(Photo above: Hostages of Islamic State fighter in Australia, December 15)
As a psychologist I find it interesting to find out why so many terrorists come from an Islamic back ground. During my research I studied Islam and my conclusion is that most, if not all, of the Jihadi ideology and attacks is justified by the Islamic teachings found in the Quran (Muhammed’s revelations) and the Hadiths (the life and sayings of Muhammed). In fact, everything that Islamic State does is follow the Quran:
What should worry us is that the share of Muslims taking the Quran literally is not a tiny minority, but a vast majority: 75 percent of Muslims in Europe think that the Quran must be taken literally. Recent surveys suggest that the almost countless Muslim ghettos in the West are populated by tens thousands, if not houndreds thousands, of young men adhering to the Jihadi ideology: 80 percent of young Turks in Holland see “nothing wrong” in waging Jihad against non-Muslims. 27 percent of all young French and 14 percent of all young British – includeding most probably the vast majority of young Muslims in these two countries – sympathize with the genocidal terror organisation Islamic State, whose fighters are also committing attacks against civilians here in the West.
Why is it that Islam produces supporters of terrorism on such a vast scale?