By Sahar Akbarzai
A 2011 study by the American Psychology Association, found that 82 percent of Muslim Americans felt unsafe after 9/11 signaling a “predictor for PTSD.” Furthermore, A Gallup poll called "Muslim Americans: A National Portrait,” found that 56 percent of Muslim Americans say they are “struggling.” Additionally, compared to other groups around the ages of 18-28 years old, Muslim youth are found to be the least happy. ...# Perhaps the 'struggling' and unhappiness are consequences of following the strange god and its false prophet - rather than due to fear of its evil blasphemous religion
... After the Sept. 11 attacks, Muslim people became a target and hate crimes were at an all time high. Muslim businesses were vandalized, men and women were verbally and physically abused, women had their hijabs pulled off and children were severely bullied in school due to their faith. ...# Perhaps muslims might be more forward-looking, and consider the consequences of casting terror into the hearts of 'unbelievers' (Sura 8:12) both for themselves (tugged hedjabs and school bullying) as well as their victims
... We all go through our own mental struggles, but no community should ever be forced to suffer from mental health issues because of politicians and media outlets. The struggles and complexities of Muslim Americans are very diverse. It’s not black and white. ...# It's not black and white, but lets try to attribute it to post 9-11 hedjab-tugging and school bullying, and Trump taking the threat of further islamic terror-casting seriously
More on the poor mentally-unwell victims of the latest boogeyman out to get muslims at Daily Targum
# Flee from evil islam, with its Kuffarcidal terror-castings in various forms, and the subsequent mental health issues it spawns. Run for your life!