June 15, 2016
Natick, MA Gentleman Speaks For 1.6 billion Muslims, Makes Psychiatric Diagnosis
Does this guest columnist speak for all Muslims in this country or the 1.6 billion Muslims in the world? Do ISIS Muslims share his beliefs? Saying "while a link between the current act of terror and ISIS has so far not been established," indicates propaganda. The shooter himself said he supports ISIS, which urges its supporters to commit lone wolf terror attacks. The Muslim terrorist Orlando shooter is described by his first wife and guests at the Pulse nightclub to be homosexual. How could he hate homosexuals? How was this an anti homosexual attack? The guest columnist joins Cambridge City Councilor Mazen making psychiatric diagnoses, without interviewing the patient. He would make a great television psychiatrist. How does he know the shooter is a psychopath? Is he suggesting that all crazy people are dangerous and violent. Expressing outrage(?) the columnist says, "It would appear that ISIS is directly trying to determine the outcome of the presidential campaign." Is that all this is? Political activity? He adds, "the 'Muslim world' that has the greatest vested interest in eradication of this scourge from within its midst." What are the vested interested Muslims doing to address the non Muslim ISIS terrorists? Does this alleged human rights activist include people with disabilities in his notion of diversity unlike human rights advocates in Cambridge? Yet he remains silent about the murders of a Paris policeman and his wife by another Muslim terrorist.
Guest column: Beyond the Orlando terror
By Abdul Cader Asmal
Posted Jun. 15, 2016 at 4:28 PM