Saturday, April 21, 2007

Wanted: Therapists for Terrorists

File this under "Terrorists have feelings, too".
Palestinian security forces have been seeking emotional counseling, following "internal infighting in Gaza". Dr. Riad al-Aqra, the director for the Gaza hospital for mental health, said that "although the occupation is a major cause for emotional depression for Gaza residents…Palestinian infighting plays a striking role in the increase of shock, tension and depression, present in previously unseen amounts."
Everyone felt great and had a healthy self-image back when killing Jews was the "in" thing to do.
"One member of the Hamas security force came to me suffering from high tension, which was causing physical problems. He said he felt fear from the fact that he would burn in hell forever if he fired even one bullet at someone," the doctor said.

He told of another case, in which a member of the security forces arrived with similar symptoms. "He said he couldn't fire at another Muslim, and that he felt pain and bitterness," al-Aqra said.
So, fire a bullet at a Muslim = burn in hell. Fire a bullet at a Jew = eternal group orgy in paradise. Maybe a frontal lobotomy would be more appropriate than therapy.
Hamas members were troubled by an additional issue this week: an altercation with the Egyptian branch of the hitherto supportive Muslim Brotherhood. The rift occurred after a senior leader in the organization, Abd al-Munam Abu al-Fatouh, announced that the Brotherhood supports the creation of a secular Palestinian state and a bi-national presence in Palestinian, as a solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Did he mean something along the lines of "peace"?? How dare anyone suggest anything other that killing every last Jew in the Holy Land! Talk about insulting and humiliating...
Hamas members were so incensed by al-Fatouh's announcement that the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdi Akef, had to release a special statement refuting it.
Oh. My. Gosh. A SPECIAL STATEMENT?!?! I had no idea it was this severe.
"No Palestinian has the right to refute this…The Zionists have no choice but to live under the rule of a Palestinian nation in which they will be free to worship their God and enjoy full rights of citizenship," Akef added.
Hence the essence of the conflict. It begs the question, How can one "have no choice" but "be free" at the same time?
"If the Zionists do not agree, our Palestinian brothers will have no choice but to resist and undertake all actions that are consistent with holy principles that were given to the Palestinians and that are in accordance with their national interests," he said.
And likewise the Zionists "will have no choice but to resist and undertake all actions that are consistent with" defending themselves against terrorists that stubbornly and insistently refuse to do anything but terrorize.

One thing is for sure: these people are messed up in a bad way because their idea of "therapy" is getting murderers back to killing the "appropriate" people.

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