Yassmin Abdel-Magied was born in Sudan, a failed corrupt state but a full on Moslem country that enforces sharia law rigorously. Professor Patrick McGorry, psychiatrist, Australian of the Year 2010 said most if not all immigrants to this country have mental health problems. Ms Abdel-Magied is the classic case of rejection. Her motherland, Sudan has rejected her and she is blaming Australia because of the rejection and Australia’s failure to acknowledge her trauma. What Ms Abdel-Magied fails to understand is that Australia has given her safety and security to do something with her life which she could never have done in Sudan otherwise her parents would have remained there. She can not see beyond her psychosis of losing her sense of identity. Since she is an engineer, she should return to Sudan and contribute to the Sudanese economy as best she can for her own sake.