Saturday, August 22, 2009

Suicide bombings 'almost unstoppable'

Here's another case where an uninformed but credulous Westerner carries water for a Muslim propagandist. Despite the claim that suicide bombings are "almost unstoppable", the simple exclusion of Muslims from Western society would almost totally eliminate them.


Suicide bombings 'almost unstoppable'
Article from: AAP
By Crystal Ja
August 20, 2009 04:17pm

AN Australian (Muslim) sociologist who has compiled a comprehensive database of suicide attacks claims bombers "are not mad" and there appears to be no set demographics for potential attackers. (Yes there is a demographic, they're all Muslims.)

Suicide attacks are usually carried out by young and vengeful men, who are completely sane, sociologist Professor Riaz Hassan says.
Prof Hassan has analysed every suicide attack in the world since 1981, seeking to explain the reasons behind the actions.
He found there were more than 1,200 suicide attacks since 1981 killing at least 5,766 people.
Iraq topped the list with 651 attacks occurring in the war-torn nation.
This was three times as many as Israel/Palestine with 217 incidents, followed by Sri Lanka (93) and Lebanon (48).

Prof Hassan, from South Australia's Flinders University, said after analysing the data, there appeared to be no set demographics for potential bombers.
The majority were young men, but their driving factors were widely varied, from personal motivations to societal conditions to being directed by others. (Yeah, the personal motivation of dying for Allah and being directed by their Imams.)
The study clearly refuted a common belief that suicide bombers were insane or mentally unbalanced, Prof Hassan said.

"It largely discredits explanations that (they) ... are acts of abhorrent violence, perpetrated by the psychologically impaired, morally deficient, bizarre, sick and crazy," he said.
"Suicide bombers are not mad. (Correct, they're Islamic martyrs dying to impose Sharia on the world.)

"And public policies which take cue from such explanations ... do not focus on societal conditions which may have given rise to the phenomenon."
The first suicide attacks happened in the 1970s, but it wasn't until 2003 when the world - or Iraq, specifically - endured a massive spike in incidents.
Prof Hassan believes suicide bombing is mostly a desperate action to right social wrongs. (No, they're simply acts to insure going directly to heaven and collect their 72 virgins)
Making efforts to improve human rights - such as the treatment of refugees - would halve the number of suicide attacks, he forecast, pointing out the treatment of Abu Ghraib prisoners in Baghdad led to another spike in suicide attacks.
Suicide bombers were spurred on by the humiliation suffered by those in their community, he said. (No, suicide bombers primary consideration is to use terror to impose Islam on the world.)
Most believed their lives were worth less than the collective's honour. (This is true, Islam gives absolutely no value to the individual.)
It would be impossible to stamp out suicide attacks unless real changes were made to improve social conditions in countries around the world, Prof Hassan said. (It's never Islam that's to blame, but the Kuffars fault Muslims must commit suicide murders.)