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Reader comment on item: Parodying Khalil Gibran
in response to reader comment: The real issue with Khalil Gibran

Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Nov 28, 2007 at 09:20

Those unfortunate souls who have internalized Islamomythology risk nothing by usurping the warm regard most people familiar with Gibran have for his poetry and art. The mythology promotes mandacity, deception and perpetual hostility to non group members. Muslims using Christians to advance their mythology is not new. regarding the status of Jesus, the declaration that "God has no son" is a clear indicator of the agenda of these "Muslim" educators, and the misguided liberalism that supports them.

Given the propensity of "Muslims" to act out the narrative of their mythology, which may lead to maladaptive behaviors , such as suicidal/homicidal ideation, persecution complex, and hostility toward non group members. This is the personality disorder unique to "Muslims", similar in many aspects to PTSD, and may result in "Martyrdom operations" i.e. mass murder/suicide, which are so common in "Muslim" cultures. It seems logical that any attempt to promote or advance this mythology is contrary to the interests o fall citizens. The protection and preservation of a dangerous and hostile mythology makes no sense.

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