Twisted minds and twisted ideologies

Naveed Afsal Haq, who proclaimed himself a Muslim—American as he opened fire at people he presumed were Jews last Friday in Seattle, seems to combine sexual problems with Islamo—fanaticism. Phyllis Chesler and Nancy Kobrin delve into the complexities of the mind when it comes to mass murder, terror, and sex, on the pages of Front Page Magazine today. We clearly have a serious problem in a world in which hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of poeple would happily slaughter others based on nothing more than religious affiliation. We have been down a similar path before. The abnormal can be frighteningly normal in certain environments.
Naveed Afsal Haq, who proclaimed himself a Muslim—American as he opened fire at people he presumed were Jews last Friday in Seattle, seems to combine sexual problems with Islamo—fanaticism. Phyllis Chesler and Nancy Kobrin delve into the complexities of the mind when it comes to mass murder, terror, and sex, on the pages of Front Page Magazine today. We clearly have a serious problem in a world in which hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of poeple would happily slaughter others based on nothing more than religious affiliation. We have been down a similar path before. The abnormal can be frighteningly normal in certain environments.