The profile of Naveed Haq is emerging. Sounds familiar, like Moussaoui and Taheri-Azar. Robert Spencer and Hugh Fitzgerald
at Jihadwatch have analyzed the syndrome in a super-scholarly way with emphasis on the details of the Koran.
I'd look at it more broadly.
1. Utopian / Totalitarian belief systems (if they are effective) always use paranoia as a lock. This works because a well-formed paranoia can reject all doubts and opposition as clever plots by THEM. THEM, of course, is always and forever the Jews, with variations and additions to suit the purpose of the leader. (CFR, bankers, Masons, Illuminati, etc.) The Army of Allah skips those minor THEMs and adds all Christians to the base Jewish THEM.
2. This acquired paranoia looks like craziness to people who are not infected. In fact it is craziness, with one important difference. Congenital (Type I) paranoia is individual and rather creative, usually focusing on a Them with no real worldly existence. A congenital paranoid will follow his voices but will not follow an earthly leader, because his self-designed paranoia rejects all human leaders as part of THEM. An acquired (Type II) paranoid will follow a leader to the death, because his paranoia was designed BY the leader.
3. Our court system is completely unequipped to deal with acquired paranoia (leaving aside the broader problem that our court system is completely unequipped to deal with anything!
) Psychiatrists are leftists; their official diagnostic criteria are determined more by academic fashion than by any understanding of human nature. Since the academic Left signed a treaty with the Army of Allah in 1968, we can count on psychiatrists to serve the enemy in this regard.
4. The only practical way to deal with an organized army of violent paranoids who march to a single voice is to skip the psychiatry entirely and concentrate on the basics. In other words, change one word in the definition. Treat them as an organized army of violent PEOPLE who march to a single voice. When we take that definition seriously, we will begin to handle them seriously.