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Submitted by donvan (United States), Jan 25, 2008 at 09:26

All religions are based on a mythology. Christian, Jew, Mu'slam, or Satanists, all embrace a mythology. In civilized countries, these mythologies are chosen by people freely and without duress. In the case of the Mu'slam mythology,however, the mythology's affect on the human person is dramatic and potentially deadly. The brutality that Mu'slams show toward each other,and non Mu'slams, indicates a mental disorder. Refered to as "Mu'slam Personality Disorder' . This disorder is directly related to the conflicts imposed by the mythology upon those persons who have internalized the dogma and self identified with it. Homicidal and suicidal ideation, hate of "Others", paranoia and grandious delusions are the behaviors resulting from the dogma of the Mu'slam mythology. One may name it whatever one would like, but the results are clear . The internalization of the mythology of the Mu'slams may lead to a profoundly disordered personality, and is a danger to themselves and to others.


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