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Reader comment on item: Confirmed: Barack Obama Practiced Islam
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Submitted by donvan (United States), Jan 24, 2008 at 16:03

If Mr Obama has internalized the dogma of the Mu'slam and self identified himself as such , it is a huge problem. Freedom of religion implies that a belief system is a choice, unlike race or gender which are conditions of being. I believe Mr Obama when he denies the Mu'salm accusation. He is unfortunate enough, from a political perspective, to have close ties to the Mu'slam mythology , name and family history. The United States is under attack by the mythology of the Mu'slam, by Mu'slams, supported by Mu'slams, and approved by Mu'slams.

The beheadings, homicide and suicides, "Honor" killings, enslavement, along with the arrogance associated with the Mu'slam personality disorder should preclude those individuals who identify with this mythology from any employment until psycologically tested , much as we do drug testing. This would help prevent the "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" and screen out cases of "Mu'slam Personality Disorder" which has reached pandemic proportions. The elimination of the mythology may take many years, but humanity cannot exist with such a distorted mythology, controlling masses of mental zombies.


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