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Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Mar 1, 2009 at 21:02

Perhaps you could elaborate how, exactly, the composite mythology of so called "I'slam" is related to an "Abrahamic religion". Your "Degrees" in literature and Civil enginnering hardly gives you any credence regarding the study of the Mu'slam mythologies, I am not impressed. Most faux intellectuals use rejection of religion, especially Christianity, to justify some esoteric rejectionist theory. Just relax Dan, no one is going to force you to worship Jesus... Mu'slam mythologies is a different matter.

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