inside the mind of a suicide bomber 1.3

A chilling examination of the psychology of the suicide bomber, from kamikaze pilots in WWII to recent bombings in Israel. As experts note, suicide terrorism is not a personal phenomenon, but a group one. We talk to an Israeli Army senior intelligence analyst, an attorney who defends suicide bombers, a failed kamikaze pilot, two failed suicide bombers from the Middle East, a military commander of Hamas, and bomb-makers. We also hear from a doctor who treats bombing victims and several survivors.

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