Breitbart editor suggests there is a "correlation between Islam and mental health"

Breitbart editor suggests there is a "correlation between Islam and mental health"

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From the December 22 edition of SiriusXM's Breitbart News Daily:

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RAHEEM KASSAM (HOST): Yes, so let's break that down. They went very quickly for the mental health line, and certainly there may, there may be some mental health issues in this person. But certainly whenever we see this across Europe and the United States too where we're often led down this mental health path which sort of begs a different question about the correlation between Islam and mental health, but we won't go there right now. It's interesting how he himself, the attacker himself seems to have described to the Australian police a quote "perceived mistreatment of Muslims" as his rationale and still I think the political establishment, the police establishment at the very tops of these police forces, these security services -- again, we see this all over Europe -- are reluctant or at least reticent to weigh down on the radical Islam issue. 

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