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NPD in Muslim men and Ali Sina

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Submitted by A very concerned reader, Feb 24, 2021 at 13:25

Hello Sherry,

Did you read this? http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/264041

Although I can see you already know very well what's this about. Yes, Muslim men suffer from NPD (Narcissist Personality Disorder). The way in which they're raised is the reason of developing this disorder. If you read the stories in this forum, you'll see that the words "brainwashed ", "toxic ", "abusive "demanding", "Jekyll ", "Hyde", "Controlling", "Silence treatment", "withdrawal", "violent", "isolation", and the like, have become usual words to describe the relationships among Non Muslim women and Muslim men. Sometimes, even Muslimahs have left their comments to confirm these men's typical character. And these men cannot change.

Ali Sina, an activist and well-recognised ex Muslim, wrote this about why a Non Muslim woman shouldn't marry a Muslim man. He mentioned about the narcissism prevalent within Muslim male population and the reasons why this is happening and why is far from being stopped. Many people reading this website already know him because of his great work. Just in case:

https://alisina.org/?p=5269

He has published many women's stories who sent him their letters narrating their "love stories" with these sick men. His biography about Muhammad tries to show why Islam is so violent and many other things that everyone should know. This book comes from someone who knows in depth both the Qur'an and the Hadiths, and comes with a a very extensive history documentation to support its point. This book has been a life-changing reading for many Muslims who have abandoned Islam right after. And reading it, as well as other articles of him, was very enlightening for me.

https://www.amazon.com.au/Understanding-Muhammad-Ali-Sina/dp/0980994802

I'm glad you're doing better. I know how hard it is, but you're a very different person after you healed, and I can assure you that you change for the better. Congratulations for your strength with your no contact! Now you own your life. Enjoy it to the fullest. You're FREE.

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