Another Muslim convert reads the Koran and decides that unarmed innocents must die. From Jihadi Watch:
I have yet to see a Christian run out and slaughter people after reading and sudying the Gospels. Do we need any more proof that the Koran is a demonic influence? What this young man did is straight from the pit of Hell. UPDATE: I just ran across this Fox News opinion from psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow who comments on the murderous actions of Muslims protesting the burning of the Koran by a weird ass cultic church in Florida:One of the shooter's sisters told the police, in testimony, that Wellington started to go to a mosque in Rio. In his letter, he describes the conflict: "I made mistakes with my family but I changed with the Koran and they do not trust me."
Wellington makes reference to what could be a group. He reports that he divides time between prayers and reflections about terrorism. "I'm outside of the group but I pray to God every day with my noon prayer, that is the recognition of God, and the other 5 are the dedication to God and four hours every day I spend reading the Koran. Not the book because it stayed with the group but parts that I've copied for myself. And the rest of the time I spend meditating about what I read, and sometimes meditating about September 11th."
Oh brother. Very well, call it what you will. These people have surrendered themselves whole-heartedly to a delusion fostered by a demonic collection of rambling nonsense. There is no medication for this condition other than a rigorous infusion of the Gospel which actually does change men's hearts and has an incredible amount of documentation to show that it has done so for two thousand years. Or use a bullet.As a psychiatrist, I believe it is time to assign to the violent protesters—and, certainly, to the homicidal ones—the correct terminology. These men and women are not religious zealots. They are not political idealogues. They are, quite simply, insane. They are suffering from a psychotic delusion—a fixed and false belief. In this case the fixed and false belief is the belief that burning the paper upon which their religious doctrine has been printed constitutes an offense against God that justifies the death of the individual who has committed that act—or of others affiliated with that individual.[...] In bringing up this topic, I am aware that great care needs to be taken to not use psychiatry to marginalize, intimidate or attack any group. I do not wish to demonize anyone. Much to the contrary, I literally believe that those who attacked the U.N. compound are being mistaken for evil, intolerant, murderous people, when they are actually severely mentally ill people.An epidemic of psychotic mental illness in any culture is the just domain of my profession to identify, research and render whatever assistance possible to end. Such an epidemic is fueling the violent protesters in Afghanistan. And epidemics are very hard to contain.
This psychotic episode, if that's what you want to call it, has lasted for 1400 years. Enough already. Please do not introduce typical liberal psycho-babble in order to describe evil. All you manage to do is get these vicious miscreants even more pissed off.