(May 4, 2014) During my graduate study of clinical psychology I learned about paranoia; a mental disorder inflicting individuals.
This mental sickness is characterized by systematic delusions of persecution accompanied, many times, with delusions of grandeur and aggression towards others. I learned, later in life, that paranoia could also inflect a whole nation, such as Israel, and members of a specific religion, such as the Jews.
Since the beginning of their history the Jews had always complained about being hated, discriminated against, persecuted, and massacred. Jewish religious books, literature, school books, media outlets; newspapers, television, movies, routinely and constantly wail about their suffering in every part of this world and through every period of history.
To perpetuate the memory of their suffering the Jews had erected Holocaust memorials in almost every western country, and had dedicated a wailing wall in Jerusalem.
Studying history through the last three thousand years, one cannot but realize the well established undeniable fact that Jews, as a group of people, had been subjected to hate and expulsion almost from every country of this world and during every time period starting when Abram (Abraham) had deserted his own people and country in Haran until the present.