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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Nov 6, 2008 at 19:05

It's all about the dogma. Muhammed's Islam clearly advocates the spreading of the I'slamic mythology by the use of "The sword". The "Sword" is a symbol of force,intimidation and violence. To be a "Muslam", one must "Submit" to the will of the diety, Al Lah. This may be understandable, even tolerable, if the masses had a unified and consistant teaching as to what the will of Al Lah is. The problem arises when the "Will" of Al Lah is used to suppress the masses, and exploit them. In effect, the will of Al Lah is whomever has the "Sword" or power. This is not the case with the Jews or the Christians. While there are cults and individuals who use Christianity, or Judaism, for their own ends, the dogma of Christianity is love your neighbor, do good to all people, not just Christians, and serve others. All Mu'slams accept the dogma of I'slam, as their name indicates, and it is I'slam, which allows by dogma, the sword to advance their belief. Where am I wrong?

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