Relax. This one’s on our side:

The prison interviews of Suicide Killers will leave most viewers shaken, not because of the ferocity of the would-be terrorists, but because of their calmness and the certitude of their convictions.

No regrets or second thoughts are apparent, except for the failure of their missions, with the female terrorists in particular displaying a truly frightening serenity.

He’s got a theory:

He identifies two psychological factors he says are key to the formation of the terrorist mindset, both of which he argues are inherent in Islamic belief and practice: a high degree of sexual frustration and a deep sense of humiliation and wounded pride…

The filmmaker dismissed the argument that Islamic moderates will eventually rein in extremists if given proper support by the West.

“All Muslims, even in countries like Egypt and Tunisia, believe that Islam will prevail worldwide in the end, because that’s the word of God,” he said. “Moderates believe that this will happen sometime in the future. The extremists think that it will happen in their lifetimes, and they want to be part of the victory. It’s just a difference in the timing, not in the ultimate outcome.

Islamic doctrine might supply the religious imprimatur for the violence but the brainwashing the Palestinians use goes far beyond memorizing the appropriate verses from the Koran. In fact, interpretations of the Koran have evolved in order to accommodate their revanchist viciousness. Here’s a clip dug up by Pajamas Media of the Arafat Youth in full flower. See for yourself how suicide bombers are made.