The Messiah Herald Issue 05 June 2017 - Page 16

Since they are from a broken family, they may grow up without having the support and attention they need from their parents. In contrast to the tight-knit family structure of people from oriental countries, families in the West tend to lead lives with fewer emotions involved. People are economical with the display of their emotions to each other; therefore, emotional bonds are less likely to develop between human beings. So people of Irish, English, Australian, Canadian or American nationalities whose home lives are lacking, are soft targets for potential radicalisation. These people might interact with radical Islamists - the Wahhabis - in their schools, colleges or workplaces. The recruiters cleverly earn the trust of these vulnerable people by making themselves appear very humble and by offering them any financial or moral support they need. Such people will be overwhelmed by these apparently selfless acts of kindness; they are literally sold to them. On the other hand, the message of Wahhabism also resonates with people who are prone to a superiority complex since this ideology teaches that its followers are the best and those who do not practise Wahhabism are lesser beings. After recruiters have earned trust and interest of these people, they paint a diabolical image of Islam where every word uttered by the Prophet Mohammad or mentioned in the Koran is adulterated and opinionated to fit the Wahhabi agenda. HH Younus AlGohar notes, β€˜Through psychological manipulation, they attack the minds of people. They look for a soft corner.’ They tap into their lustful desires by saying things like, β€˜The sisters, daug ‘Ρ•Ί…Ή)έ₯ٕ́½˜₯Ή™₯‘•±Με½Τ­₯±°έ₯±°)‰•½΅”ε½Υȁ͕ΰΝ±…Ω•ΜΈ)½₯Έ)Ύ…Ή‰•½΅”Α…ΙЁ½˜Ρ‘₯Μ)Ι•…Ё‰Ι½Ρ‘•Ι‘½½Έe½Τέ₯±°‰”)±½Ω•…ΉΙ•ΝΑ•Ρ•»Šd)%Ё₯́Ή½Π©ΥΝЁݑ₯Ρ”…Ή‰±…¬)½ΉΩ•ΙΡ́ё…Ёё”Ρ•ΙΙ½Ι₯ΝΡΜ)хɝ•ΠΈΉ½Ρ‘•ΘΩΥ±Ή•Ι…‰±”)Ι½Υΐ₯́ё”ε½ΥΉœ•Ή•Ι…Ρ₯½Έ)½˜5ΥΝ±₯΅Μ±₯Ω₯Ήœ₯ΈΡ‘”]•ΝΠ°)έ‘½Ν”Α…Ι•ΉΡ́½Ι₯₯Ή…Ρ”™Ι½΄)½ΥΉΡΙ₯•Μ₯ΈM½ΥΡ Ν₯„…ΉΡ‘”)5₯‘‘±”…ΝΠΈ)e½ΥΉœ5ΥΝ±₯΅Μ₯ΈΡ‘”]•ΝΠ)½™Ρ•ΈΝΥ™™•Θ™Ι½΄…Έ₯‘•ΉΡ₯Ρδ)Ι₯Ν₯́½˜Ν½ΙΡΜ°‘Υ”ΡΌΡ‘”±…Ν )₯ΈΥ±ΡΥɕ́‰•Ρέ••Έέ‘…Ёё•δ)Ν•”₯ΉΝ₯‘”…Ή½ΥΡΝ₯‘”Ρ‘•₯Θ)‘½΅•ΜΈQ‘•δ…Ι”ΝΥ͍•ΑΡ₯‰±”°)Ρ‘•Ι•™½Ι”°ΡΌ‰•₯Ήœ•αΑ±½₯Ρ•‰δ))%!9MU% %%8%M14)MΥ₯₯‘”°₯Έ…±°₯Ρ́͑…Α•Μ…Ή™½Ι΅Μ°₯́ΝΡΙ₯Ρ±δ)™½Ι‰₯‘‘•Έ₯Έ%Ν±…΄Έ)5ΥΝ±₯΅Μ…Ι”½Ή±δ…±±½έ•ΡΌ™₯‘Ё₯ΈΝ•±˜΅‘•™•ΉΝ”Έ)Q‘”5ΥΝ±₯΄…Ι΅₯•Μ…Ι”Ή½Π…±±½έ•ΡΌ₯Ή₯Ρ₯…Ρ”…Ήδ)݅ȁ……₯ΉΝЁ•Ή•΅₯•ΜΈ(ΔΨ)•αΡΙ•΅₯ΝΡΜ°έ‘ΌΡ…­”…‘Ω…ΉΡ…”)½˜Ρ‘•₯ȁ½Ή™ΥΝ₯½ΈΡΌΡΥΙΈΡ‘•΄)……₯ΉΝЁё•₯ȁ½ΥΉΡΙ丁Q‘•δ)½™Ρ•ΈΝ‘½άΡ‘”ε½ΥΉœ5ΥΝ±₯΅Μ)Ρ‘”Α½Ω•ΙΡ䁱•Ω•°½˜‘₯™™•Ι•ΉΠ)5ΥΝ±₯΄΅΅…©½Ι₯Ρ䁍½ΥΉΡΙ₯•Μμ)Ρ‘•Έ°ΡΌ₯΅Α±…ΉΠΡ‘”Ν••½˜)‘…ΡΙ•₯ΈΡ‘•₯ȁ‘•…ΙΡΜ°Ρ‘•δΝ…δ°+ŠaQ‘”]•ΝЁ₯́±₯Ω₯Ήœ₯Έ±ΥαΥΙδ)έ‘₯±”Ρ‘•Ν”5ΥΝ±₯΄½ΥΉΡΙ₯•Μ)ΝΥ™™•ΘΈUM°U,° …Ή…‘„°•ΡŒΈ)ΝΡ½±”Ρ‘₯́ݕ…±Ρ ™Ι½΄Ρ‘”)5ΥΝ±₯΄½ΥΉΡΙ₯•Μ»Šd)Q‘₯Μ°½˜½ΥΙΝ”°½ΉΩ•Ή₯•ΉΡ±δ)•α±Υ‘•ΜΡ‘”™₯±Ρ‘δΙ₯ Υ±˜)Νхѕ́½˜U°E…Ρ…Θ°M…Υ‘€)Ι…‰₯„°•ΡŒΈέ‘•Ι”Ή½Έ΅5ΥΝ±₯΅Μ)…Ι”Ή½Πέ•±½΅”ΡΌΑΙ•… )Ρ‘•₯ȁɕ±₯₯½ΉΜ½Θ‰Υ₯±Ρ‘•₯Θ)Ι•ΝΑ•Ρ₯Ω”έ½ΙΝ‘₯ΐΑ±…•Μ€΄₯Έ)Ν‘…Ιΐ½ΉΡΙ…ΝЁѼΡ‘”ΥΝΡ½΅Μ)½˜AΙ½Α‘•Π5½‘…΅΅…)mM!Q%95=5U!55tΈ)Q‘”Υ±˜½ΥΉΡΙ₯•Μέ‘ΌΡ½ΥΠ)Ρ‘•΅Ν•±Ω•Μ…́‘…΅Α₯½ΉΜ½˜)%Ν±…΄°₯Ή₯‘•ΉΡ…±±δ°‘…Ω”Ή½Π)‰••Έ­Ή½έΈ™½ΘΡ‘•₯ȁ•Ή•Ι½Ν₯Ρδ)ѽ݅ɑ́ё”₯΅Α½Ω•Ι₯Ν‘•)5ΥΝ±₯΄Ή…Ρ₯½ΉΜμΡΌ‘…Ρ”M…Υ‘€)Ι…‰₯„‘…́ε•ΠΡΌ…•ΑЁ„)Ν₯Ή±”MεΙ₯…ΈΙ•™Υ•”Έ