There is no such thing as innocent Mothers and Children of a Very Violent Culture Ideology in a Cultural Ideology war for who are the creators of the motivation, justification and authorisation for Terror-Genocide given the researched complicity of mothers in developing aggression and prejudice in their children and the age prejudice develops to be subsequently nigh impossible to change which informs children within very violent Culture Ideologies such as the Islam-Muslim Culture Ideology as potentially the most dangerous of adherents of very violent Culture Ideologies "willing to commit atrocities their elders would shrink from.”
Not all Culture Ideologies inform the same propensity for extreme violence which the Islam-Muslim Ideology systemically informs from generation to generation. Change the Architect and Builder or Change Nothing.
“. children are sharp eyed, lacking in empathy, and willing to commit atrocities their elders would shrink from.”
Kilcullen, D 2010, Counterinsurgency, Oxford University Press.
Terror plotter who wanted to 'kill innocents' to face court, 9NEWS, Jul 31, 2018
"MAIDUGURI, Nigeria – Two girl suicide bombers died when they exploded Sunday in a crowded area near a market in Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri, injuring 17 people, rescue officials said. ..
One bomber appeared no older than 7 and the second about 8 years old, said Abdulkadir Jabo, a civilian self-defense fighter who stopped them from going into the market. ..
In a particularly horrific instance, a woman suicide bomber carrying a baby on her back was shot by soldiers at a checkpoint on Nov. 28. The shot detonated her explosives, killing the woman and the baby."
Girl suicide bombers killed in Nigeria terror attack, witnesses say, Associated Press, December 11, 2016
Pakistan: Mother 'burnt her daughter to death' over marriage, BBC, 8 June 2016
"Over the decades, successive laws have sought to improve the position of women, but implementation has been lacking because it is mostly in the hands of male government functionaries and the police who consider most violence against women as a "family problem", or even provoked by women themselves."
Why is a Pakistani bill to protect women unpopular?, By M Ilyas Khan, BBC News, 17 March 2016
"Police allege the now 16-year-old was taken to a protest at Hyde Park when he was just 12 and given a sign that read: “Behead all those who insult the Prophet
..the mother did not report her radical son to authorities, despite his boast to her he would carry out a terror attack “bigger” than the murder of Parramatta police worker Curtis Cheng."
Terror arrests: Teen suspect’s mother didn’t report him despite him allegedly warning her of possible attack, Laura Banks, The Daily Telegraph, October 14, 2016
"ISIS child suicide bomber aged between 12 and 13 was thwarted in Iraq
The boy was detained outside Shia mosque in Kirkuk, north of Baghdad
His arrest came less than 24 hours after child suicide bombing in Turkey"
"Cubs of the caliphate: As suicide bomber as young as 12 is caught in the act in Iraq, the horrifying rise of Islamic State's child terrorists ", MailOnline,
What is the argument put forward by this site:
It is that the Islam-Muslim Culture Ideology families, community and institutions birth to death development codex process which is culpable for the ‘Few’ who deliver terror-genocide to humanities streets, and the social/political exclusion, extermination and subjugation of Other and therefore as there is no such thing as a ‘good’ ‘moderate’ Nazi there is not such thing as a ‘good’ moderate’ Muslim. Based upon an undeniable truth the ‘Few’ who invariably turn into the many as the inevitable drift of the Muslim Moral Shift to mass murder of Other develops do not make up their own ethics-morals-values-beliefs-motivation (emotional-cognitive-attitude) social/political method the Islam-Muslim Culture Ideology families, community and institutions birth to death development codex process does. Therefore to stop Islam/Muslim terror-genocide and social/political tyranny the Islam-Muslim Culture Ideology families, community and institutions birth to death development codex process has to be removed from humanities public and private space.
Iran’s Rafsanjani: A legacy of terrorism and repression behind a facade of moderation, WP, By Reuel Gerecht and Ray Takeyh January 9, 2017
“Research indicates that parents’ responses predict young children’s emotional competence (Gentzler, et al., 2005; Gottman et al., 1996) and con- tribute to mental health (Klimes-Dougan et al., 2007).(Sperling and Repetti 2018)”
“Social Information Processing (SIP) Model
According to SIP theory, multiple aspects of par-ent cognitions are important to parenting. SIP theory posits a recursive framework in which child behaviors, maternal cognitive schemas, emotion and cognitive control capacities, social cognitions, and parenting responses dynamically influence each other. These interactions shape behavior and typically strengthen the likelihood of activating the same schema and responses in the future (Azar et al., 2008). Social cognitions and parenting behaviors are mechanisms through which maternal emotion and cognitive control capacities influence child behavior.
Conclusion: The results suggest maternal emotion and cognitive control capacities affect how mothers interact with their children and ultimately child conduct problems.(Crandall, Ghazarian et al. 2018)”
Family Suicide Attacks: Indonesia Must Deradicalize Mothers And Kids Too, NPR, Sidney Jones, May 24, 2018
ISIS recruiter's wife Moutiaa El-Zahed found guilty of refusing to stand for judge., ABC, By Brooke Wylie, 4-5-2018
“At least 13 people were killed and more than 40 injured when the group targeted Sunday Mass congregations in the country's second-largest city. …
He said the family's father carried out one of the attacks by exploding a car bomb, while the man's two sons, aged 18 and 16, used a motorbike in their attack. Their mother carried out another attack with her two children, aged 12 and nine.” Indonesian church bombings carried out by one family, police say, ABC, 14-5-2018
“SHE was a typical teen, fangirling over Drake and Twilight, but a court has heard how her life took a sinister twist as her mother pushed her into planning a terror attack in London.”
British schoolgirl Rizlaine Boular found guilty of preparing acts of terror, news.com.au, Ben Lazarus, The Sun, News Corp Australia Network, JUNE 6, 2018
“There were Tunisians, Saudis, Egyptians, Yemenis, Somalis, Moroccans, Irishwomen, Frenchwomen, Germans, Russians, Turks and women from the Caucasus and African countries she could not identify.
She was also struck by the Syrian wives. The youngest were 13 and the oldest no more than 15. Over the next three years, Nasr said, she would sadly note that the Syrian wives were never older than 18 — an illustration of how the new rulers of Raqqa, mostly foreigners, had plundered the locals.”
Regrets of an ISIS midwife, Washington Post, Tamer El-Ghobashy, 26-4-2018
"..meta-analysis summarizes 113 research reports worldwide (121 cross-sectional and 7 longitudinal studies) on age differences in ethnic, racial, or national prejudice among children and adolescents. Overall, results indicated a peak in prejudice in middle childhood (5–7 years) followed by a slight decrease until late childhood (8–10 years)."
Development of ethnic, racial, and national prejudice in childhood and adolescence: A multinational meta‐analysis of age differences, T Raabe, A Beelmann - Child development, 2011
"Experiment 1 demonstrated that mothers had a significant impact on children's cognitive bias and fear. More precisely, children who had received a negative parental training displayed an increase in negative information search bias and fear, whereas children who had received a positive parental training showed an increase in positive information search bias and a decrease in fear. In Experiment 2, it was found that children's information search biases after working together with their mothers were predicted by their mothers' initial cognitive bias scores. These findings can be taken as support for the intergenerational transmission of cognitive biases from mothers to children."
Transmission of Cognitive Bias and Fear From Parents to Children: An Experimental Study,Danielle Remmerswaal, Peter Muris & Jorg Huijding, Pages 642-654, 06 Feb 2015
"Despite deeply conservative and gendered regulation, brutal violence, and widespread coverage of the group’s use of rape, more than 600 women have left Western countries to join Daesh. Researchers explain this recruitment primarily through women’s desire for romantic adventure, deception on social media, and anti-Western sentiment spurred by discrimination and violence in their home states. Using an original dataset of social media activity from seventeen Western female recruits between 2011-2015, we evaluate these arguments and offer a new explanation centered on a religious and political ideology that necessitates a physical hijra (migration) to Iraq or Syria. We find consistent evidence that anti-Western sentiment and ideological commitment drive women’s migration. This finding has valuable implications for counterterrorism policy and security studies, which tend to treat women’s mobilization as separate from general extremism. Our findings suggest female recruits should be taken seriously as motivated insurgents intent on establishing an Islamic caliphate."
Explaining Extremism: Western Women in Daesh, Meredith Loken University of Washington Anna Zelenz University of Washington, April 1, 2016
4 teen girl suicide bombers launch deadly attack in Nigeria, Agence France-Presse, Apr 01 2018
"There is a steadily growing body of evidence showing that parental modeling and threat information transmission can promote fear and anxiety in children."
Cognitive Bias as a Mediator in the Relation Between Fear-Enhancing Parental Behaviors and Anxiety Symptoms in Children: A Cross-Sectional Study, Lorraine Fliek, Pauline Dibbets,Jeffrey Roelofs,Peter Muris, Child Psychiatry & Human Development, February 2017, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp 82–93
"The eight-year-old son of Australian ISIS terrorist Khaled Sharrouf has been filmed wearing a suicide vest and reciting threats to Australians. "
Son of Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf filmed wearing suicide vest, 9 News, April 30, 2017
"A French woman whose radicalised son fought in Syria where he allegedly died as a jihadist is standing trial on Tuesday accused of financing terrorism."
Mother of jihadist faces trial in Paris for 'financing terrorism', France24, 2017-09-05
Muslim mom of a terrorist, who murdered Jewish woman, says she is proud of her son and she wanted him to kill at least 50 or 100
"Jakarta. A Jakarta court has sentenced a female would-be suicide bomber to seven and a half years in prison, prosecutors and her lawyer said, the first time a woman has been convicted in Indonesia for planning such an attack.
Dian Yulia Novi, 28, was arrested late last year on suspicion of plotting to blow herself up outside Jakarta's presidential palace during the changing of the guard. She was arrested along with her husband, Muhamad Nur Solikin."
Indonesian Woman Jailed for Suicide Bomb Plot at Jakarta Palace, Reuters, 29-8-2017
“..organization is going to affect how conflicts are handled. .. The organization by the way it is structured, by its policies, by the way it is managed, by the culture that develops, the relationships it sets up among its members, all of that structuring and context, will have a great influence on how members behave when they’re in a conflict.”
The Art of Conflict Management: Achieving Solutions for Life, Work, and Beyond, Professor Michael Dues, 2010
"Just as cultural variation clearly dictates the language children eventually speak, cultural variation exerts significant and differential influences over mental, emotional, and social development of children. Every culture is characterized, and distinguished from other cultures, by deep-rooted and widely acknowledged ideas about how one needs to feel, think, and act as a functioning member of the culture. These beliefs and behaviors shape how parents rear their offspring. Culture helps to construct parents and parenting, just as culture helps to define mental health. Culture is also maintained and transmitted by influencing parental cognitions that in turn shape parenting practices. Whether culturally universal or specific, controls are in place to ensure that each new generation acquires culturally appropriate and normative patterns of beliefs and behaviors."
Parenting and child mental health: a cross-cultural perspective, Marc H. Bornstein, 3 October 2013
"A large body of research implicates families in the development and prevention of aggressive and violent behavior."
Family Influences on Aggression and Violence, Aggression and Violence: A Social Psychological Perspective, Labella, Madelyn H, Masten, Ann S, 2016
".. morality involves a pointed sense of right and wrong coupled with a sense of shame and, on the opposite side of the coin, a sense of honour and pride.
Humans are moral because we are genetically set up to be that way, and it's of interest that today's small children turned into increasingly moral beings in highly predictable stages. Sympathetic feelings for others in need of help arrives quite early in infants, as does a primitive sense of right and wrong. These developments are followed by a general sense of rules, while highly self-conscious shame reactions, which include blushing when in the wrong, arrive later when children are reaching school age. These learning windows make up a hard wired sequence, but the rules themselves are not nearly so explicitly prepared by our genes. Like infant or juvenile apes, young humans learn the social rules of the group early in life largely from significant others they are with constantly – and the most significant other of all is going to be their mother.
When people learn exactly how to be moral from their cultural environments, this starts with the family.
...the specific rules we internalise from our parents and peers are culturally maintained by local groups, rather than being firmly encoded in our genes. "
Moral Origins, The Evolution of Virtue, Altruism, and Shame, Christopher Boehm, 2012, p 98
We find that aggression is generally not a maladjusted reaction typical of the socially marginal; instead, aggression is intrinsic to status and escalates with increases in peer status until the pinnacle of the social hierarchy is attained. Over time, individuals at the very bottom and those at the very top of a hierarchy become the least aggressive youth. We also find that aggression is influenced not so much by individual gender differences as by relationships with the other gender and patterns of gender segregation at school. When cross-gender interactions are plentiful, aggression is diminished. Yet these factors are also jointly implicated in peer status: in schools where cross-gender interactions are rare, cross-gender friendships create status distinctions that magnify the consequences of network centrality."
Status Struggles, Network Centrality and Gender Segregation in Same- and Cross-Gender Aggression, Robert Faris, Diane Felmlee, American Sociological Review February 2011 vol. 76 no. 1 48-73
Link between sexual objectification and aggression, University of Kent, By Martin Herrema | 25 January 2017
"Egyptian prosecutors have thrown out a case brought by an elderly Christian woman against several members of a Muslim mob who stripped off her clothes and paraded her naked through the streets, her lawyer said Sunday.
Last May's assault in the central Minya province began after rumors spread that the son of the 70-year-old woman had an affair with a Muslim woman — a taboo in majority Muslim and conservative Egypt."
Egypt drops case against mob that attacked Christian woman, AP, By HAMZA HENDAWI, 16-1-2017.
"Three women nabbed by cops in the hideout of ISIS killer Abdulkadir Masharipov were sent by the death cult as a reward for the terrorist’s Istanbul nightclub slaughter.
ISIS is notorious for its raping and the sexual trading and torture of women.
The three -- an Egyptian, a Somalian and a Senegalese -- were cowering in fear when cops stormed the hideout, about 40 kilometres from the scene of the massacre, Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported."
ISIS gifted nightclub killer with three women, POSTMEDIA, JANUARY 19, 2017
“Norms-shared ideas about proper way to behave-are clearer, more firmly held and easier to enforce the more dense a social network. (If a social network consists of n “nodes”. People, firms or other social units, “density” is the proposition of the possible n(n-1)/2 connections among these nodes that are actually present.). This argument is one of the oldest in social psychology; for instance, see the classical account of Festinger, Schachter and Back (1948). It rests on the fact that the denser the network, the more unique paths along which information, ideas about proper behaviour are more likely to be encountered repeatedly, discussed and fixed; it also renders deviance from resulting norms harder and harder to hide and thus, more likely to be punished.” (Granovetter, 2005)
"Women of all ages typically outscore men on most measures of religiousness (e.g., Benson 1991). ... Most of the women did perceive inequality but coped with it by cognitive restructuring. Themes of relationship were far more prevalent than themes of individuation, suggesting that women are willing to cope with inequality in part because it is peripheral to their faith experience."
The Power, but Not the Glory: How Women Empower Themselves Through Religion, Elizabeth Weiss Ozorak, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 35, No. 1 (Mar., 1996), pp. 17-29
The idea Muslim women involved in terrorism are simply:
' merely .. "terrified young woman" whose refusal to answer questions from authorities are driven by fear and loyalty to her husband.'
is a complete fabrication
"In September, a Sydney court heard Namoa had an "infatuation with violence" and allegedly told a psychiatrist she could watch beheadings "all day".
Authorities allegedly found "a wealth" of extremist material on her phone, a court heard in August."
"It is alleged that police found a knife wrapped in a shahada (Islamic) flag in Ms Namoa's handbag, while she also allegedly sent her husband a text message saying "I want to do an Islamic Bonnie and Clyde on the kaffir".
Teenagers charged with planning terror attack, SKY, Wednesday, 8 February 2017
'Jihadi Bonnie and Clyde' teens charged with planning Sydney terrorist attack, SMH, Megan Levy, Rachel Olding, FEBRUARY 8 2017
Video: Jihad Sisters, French women bound for ISIS, France24, 2017-02-02
"Muslim women are about as likely as Muslim men to report praying daily as (72% vs. 71%) across 40 countries where data are available."
A religious gender gap for Christians, but not for Muslims, Pew Research, BY CARYLE MURPHY, March 24, 2016
"We were flabbergasted to learn that she had become a fanatic," said Renee Haantjes, a college instructor who recalled her as "a normal Dutch girl."
Terrorists Proving Harder to Profile, By Craig Whitlock, Washington Post Foreign Service, Monday, March 12, 2007
"A growing number of brides are members of the Obedient Wives Club, and when they vow to obey their husbands, they really mean it.
Wives should be ready to satisfy their husbands at any time, according to the club's female president, and if one wife isn't enough, three more are not just permitted, but encouraged."
Obedient Wives Club, SBS, 30 OCTOBER 2011
"I'm a Muslim those woman deserve more the Quran got nothing to to with sex those who agree with the club should be embarrassed! The men r just pleasing themselves" responded Mohammad Azim, DEC 4, 2011,
Quran Chapter :Al-Baqra Verse No:223: "Your wives are as a tilth unto you; so approach your tilth when or how ye will;"
Change the Architect and Builder or Change Nothing.
Are you culpable for absorbing and managing a Very Violent Islam/Muslim Culture Ideologies social/political method terror-genocide into your fellow citizens streets.
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