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Muslim Paranoia

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Feb 22, 2006 at 17:14

Muslims have had this paranoia that their religion is in danger ever since its beginning. Because of this they see conspiracy all the time all around them to destroy their religion. Their religious leaders have very cleverly used it to arouse passions in Muslim masses against anybody who does not believe in their religion.

Muslims all over the world trust their religious leaders, imams, mullahs etc., blindly and and will do anything that they ask of them. No wonder the Muslim rage and riots start right after the Friday prayers, as if on a cue from Allah, all over the world. Now, what do you think they heard in the Friday sermons - a message of tolerance and peace? Not.

There is a very large number of these religious leaders, perhaps of the order of a million or more world wide whose only job is to control and brain wash the followers and keep them under control, no questions asked. You know the fate of people who dare to think and question them. The situation with Muslims will not change until they stop listening to their mullahs' demagoguery and start thinking for themselves to distinguish right from wrong.
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