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Reader comment on item: [Moderate] Voices of Islam
in response to reader comment: WHY SHOULDN'T INVADING FORCES BE ATTACKED

Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Oct 8, 2007 at 08:54

for responding, Mahmood. Of course we do not judge people regarding mental illness. We do, as we must, judge peoples behavior, and actions. How can anyone tell motives. Muslim Personality Disorder is a "composite" disorder. Only you can tell if you need to seek help. Do you have frequent thoughts regarding killing yourself or others? Does doing harm to others please your god? Do you have hostility toward those who have rejected your god? Do you see the Jews as equal human beings to yourself and other Muslims? Would you harm anyperson if you believed your god gave permission?

Regarding why foreign forces being attacked, . The "Invading forces" may be invited guests, "attacking" kills children women ,old men, and others not involved. Violent thoughts and actions, predicated on mythological thinking is a issue. Self identified "Muslims" have already interalized the mythology. If that mythology encourages or even requires violence to protect advance the mythology, then a readiness to execute that violence, indicates disorder.


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