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Submitted by donvan (United States), Oct 18, 2007 at 15:15

The mythology was not even intended for Arabs. The resistance to the mythology of muhammed among the Arabic tribes was complete; until muhammed discovered that the "Covert or Die" line had a certain effectiveness . The 'Muslim Personality Disorder' is a reflection of this preoccupation with the "Sword" of muhammed, a metaphor for the violence associated with the mythology as reflected in the 'submission' to the ambiguous, non defined, "Will" of a remote and impersonal diety.

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