The Null Device
The Childhood Origins of Terrorism
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, an essay which suggests that Islamic Fundamentalist extremism and terrorism are products of abusive child-rearing practices found in parts of the Middle East, and the resultant culture of self-loathing and violent absolutism, and draws comparisons between the psychologies of terrorists and serial killers.
Which sort of makes sense, though sounds suspiciously Freudian in places.
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