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Submitted by donvan (United States), May 28, 2008 at 11:10

You are correct. The enemy is "Islam", which is the mythology, and the Muslams are the persons which act out the narrative of the mythology. One cannot exist without the other. The Mu'slams , also called "Muslims" which serves to disconnect them from "Islam". Some people assume that "Muslims" are somehow are different from "Islamics". All Mu'slams should be viewed as Islamics because ,in fact ,they are.

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