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Don't Blame Islam! Blame Mental Health Issues! Jihadist Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez Had Depression & Was Taking Medication - Just Like Germanwings Co-Pilot Jihadist Andreas Günter Lubitz Who Smashed Plane Into The Side Of A Mountain!



Don't blame the influence of Islam for the Chattanooga killings - no - it was his mental health it was the meds. The Jihadist was depressed and on medication:

'Our son suffered from depression': Family of Chattanooga gunman offer 'deepest condolences' to victims' families and say 'person who committed this horrible crime was not the son we knew and loved' 
The family of the gunman who killed five servicemen in Chattanooga has broken their silence, claiming their son suffered from depression for many years. Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez went on the deadly rampage at two military sites in the Tennessee city on Thursday before he was shot dead by police. Friends have since revealed that a trip to Jordan last year visibly changed the 24-year old, while others have said he would frequent gun ranges in the build up to the deadly rampage. Now, in their first public statement since the attacks, his family have tried to shed light on mental health problems he may have been suffering in the build-up. Daily Mail Read More>>>>
Did you know that Jihadist Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez once worked at a Nuclear Power Plant? The Jihadist worked at the Perry Nuclear plant in north east Ohio. He lasted only 10 days because the Jihadist didn't pass the background check.

But the Jihadist didn't fail the background check for the weapons he bought to kill five.

Really? now the media is going to ignore the obvious and claim that mental health of the Jihadist was to blame.

How many more killings in the name of Islam are going to occur before the Media stops lying about the reason for the murders? How many? 

Remember this gem:
Lubitz is accused of purposely slamming a Germanwings jetliner into the French Alps on March 24, killing all 150 people on board. He suffered from bouts of depression and the incident sparked a global debate over how to properly monitor the mental health of pilots.Apr 30, 2015
Yeah that's right the Germanwings pilot who converted to Islam and committed Jihad for Allah by slamming the plane into the side of the mountain  - killing all on board - was because of Lubitz's mental state - it had nothing to do with his conversion to Islam.

Here more from CNN on what they consider the reason why Lubitz murdered 150 souls:

Washington (CNN)Years before Andreas Lubitz crashed a commercial airliner into the French Alps, the Federal Aviation Administration raised questions about his mental health, declining to give him a medical certificate. The agency switched course about three weeks later in 2010 after a physician working with Lubitz said his treatment was complete. That and other findings are revealed in documents obtained by CNN through a public records request that cover a time frame between April 2008 and July 2010 -- the period in which Lubitz was in Arizona training to be a pilot for Lufthansa, which owns Germanwings. Lubitz is accused of purposely slamming a Germanwings jetliner into the French Alps on March 24, killing all 150 people on board. He suffered from bouts of depression and the incident sparked a global debate over how to properly monitor the mental health of pilots. CNN Read More>>>>
Yea...OK when Muslims and Muslim converts kill for Jihad in the name of Allah - blame it on their mental health and the meds that they were on....

Don't blame Islam blame the pills....



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