Is Jihadism a Cult?

“We are facing something closer to a cult network than an organized global adversary. Like many cults through history, the Muslim terrorists thrive by channeling and perverting the idealism of young people.”

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  • Islam is clearly a cult.

    The number one defining rule of a cult is not being able to quit without having to worry about being killed by another cult member.

    And that is the number one rule of Islam. Execution for apostasy.

  • tom_billesley

    Islam is the cult. Jihad is part of their creed.
    https://youtu.be/KLvUTVcYSfw

  • Blacksmith

    Pisslam is a cult, so yes jihadi’s are cultist.

  • favill

    Whoever wrote this piece has no sense of history nor does the author know anything about Islam’s founder, Mohammed.

  • Tooth&Claw

    A book I read on cults was one on the Hari Krishnas, called “Monkey on a Stick” . From that I realized no matter what the cult’s name is, the results are the same.

  • Exile1981

    islam is a cult and attracts the same sorts of violent mental midgets with inferiority complexes.

  • Hard Little Machine

    No not really. Cult members lose the ability to understand they can leave. Muslims aren’t captives, they happily want to join in because it gives them a reason to kill people. The SS wasn’t a cult, the Khmer Rouge wasn’t a cult. Islam isn’t a cult. It’s a psychotic transnational movement