Tuesday, September 26, 2006

The Psychology Behind Islamic Suicide Bombings

Amazingly, here's one Frenchman who 'gets it.' His name is Pierre Rehov, and he is a French documentary filmmaker. Among other things, he has filmed six documentaries on the intifada by going undercover in the Palestinian areas, a brave if not foolhardy venture for any infidel to undertake.

Pierre's upcoming project, called "Suicide Killers," is based on interviews that he conducted with the families of suicide bombers and would-be bombers in an attempt to find out why they do it.
Last year, shortly after the London Bombings, MSNBC aired this interview with Mr. Rehov, about his new film and what Mr. Rehov has learned. Here's an excerpt:

Q - Why is this film especially important?

A - People don't understand the devastating culture behind this unbelievable phenomenon. My film is not politically correct because it addresses the real problem, showing the real face of Islam. It points the finger against a culture of hatred in which the uneducated are brainwashed to a level where their only solution in life becomes to kill themselves and kill others in the name of a God whose word, as transmitted by other men, has become their only certitude.


Q - How can we put an end to the madness of suicide bombings and terrorism in general?

A - Stop being politically correct and stop believing that this culture is a victim of ours. Radical Islamism today is nothing but a new form of Naziism. Nobody was trying to justify or excuse Hitler in the 1930s. We had to defeat him in order to make peace one day with the German people.

Read the rest of this amazing and insightful interview at Pedestrian Infidel.

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