"A God Who Hates" distinguishes Islam from other faiths, reveals Syrian ex-Muslim psychiatrist, Dr. Wafa Sultan

Psychiatrist Dr. Wafa Sultan, author of "A God Who Hates," explains that Islam differs from Christianity. Islam requires total submission to both a political, as well as a spiritual, dogma - including obligations against non-believers.

Saudi-funded, fundamentalist teachings, prevalent throughout the non-Arab world, such as Indonesia and the West, preach violence against "Allah's enemies," and that getting killed as a martyr is the certain route to eternal paradise. Mosques in the West teach intimidation towards conquest of disbeliever societies (the West) toward the goal of spreading Islamic domination over those societies.

Dr. Sultan explains the massacre conducted by Dr. Nidal Malik Hasan as a product of Saudi-controlled mosques throughout the world inculcating Jihad among otherwise rational professionals in a fundamentalists' crusade to dominate the world financially, politically, and spiritually.

U.S. Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan was not the first Islamist to do damage to America through his status in the military. Investigative journalist Peter Lance explains the story of Ali Mohamed in his book "Triple Cross" which he discusses on Fora.TV.