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Perhaps PLQSD is a better description of the disorder

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Submitted by Sully (United States), Nov 10, 2009 at 09:48

It's hard to read things in the Quran like the verse of the sword without thinking that Post Literal Quaran Submission Disorder is a better description of the condition that leads up to the attacks.

Can one be a properly submissive Muslim without buying into the belief that attaining submission of the infidels, by the sword if necessary, is an absolute requirement?

Some branches of Islam soft soap things like the verse of the sword but it remains there for faithful muslim preachers to use.

Submitting....

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