Radicalization & Trustworthiness

“Omar Mateen

This is a name which will forever haunt the memories of countless Americans. Yet, a part of me feels extremely sad for him, not just the victims and those close to the victims. Was this about homosexuality? Was it about Islamic radicalization? Or was it something else?…”

Read more:  Radicalization & Trustworthiness Originally posted by: unuecopartio

2 thoughts on “Radicalization & Trustworthiness

  1. I agree, if we went inside every human being who committed any crime (even dictators) we would find things which made him/her to commit it. This is not only responsibility (I don’t like this word) of this person but of the whole environment and all the experiences (even inherited) which made him who he/she things he/she is

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