Haha, I've become nomad's "this person", like Clinton's "that woman".
Yes, the middle east is a huge mess, due in no small part of the interventions of various Western countries. (What's that - an opinion different from Vimothy's? But he and I are the same person, aren't we?) When the current war started, I had high hopes that something good might come of it despite, not because of, the motivations of the protagonists. Needless to say, I have been bitterly disappointed - go ahead, do the smug I-told-you-so thing if you really want to. Anyway, I am certainly not seeing people like this terror-fantasist or whatever she may be, and indeed the various real live terrorists who have committed acts or been apprehended before managing to commit them, in a political vacuum: it's entirely understandable why they are angry. I'm angry about it too, for what it's worth, as such a huge opportunity to do something good has been squandered (or was squandered, before it even started) by the mindboggling greed and cynicism of the people brought it all about.
However, I do so hope you're not trying to justify acts of terror against the general public of either your country or mine as a result of this? PLEASE tell me you're not doing that, right?
And yes, you are wildly off, as usual: I am not talking about the murderous impulses of "Muslims at large" - we're talking about a single woman here, out of a British Muslim population of well over a million - and as for unprovoked...well, has *she* personally been bombed in Iraq? Have *I* personally bombed any Iraqis? We're back the 'justification' thing again: why is it assumed that it's perfectly OK for some British Muslim who probably has no connection to Iraq to hold a potentially murderous grudge against British non-Muslims in general, most of whom didn't even vote for the government that took us into the war? Whereas a white British person who decided to hate all Muslims just because some of them are terrorists would of course justifiably be called a racist!