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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Dec 3, 2007 at 09:05

When looking at Islamic mythology, it does little good to draw any conclusions regarding the Abrahamic mythologies and the Muhammedian. Clearly the dogma, canon, as well as the pattern and practice of the mythologies of Muhammed , advocate for a perpetual state of conflict as the fuel for the expansion of the mythology. While the Bible does have violence,as in the death of Christ, but it is the antithesis. When Muhammed puts down his sword, the world will have peace.

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