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J.S. -- please see what "Dr. Sanity" has to say about Islam and psychopathology.

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in response to reader comment: I don't think it's a psychosis, but a personality disorder

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Jul 7, 2006 at 05:10

BS"D

Just search her website using "Islam" as the search term, and choose from the many articles that are found, some of which are pretty informative.

It is important to realize that this pathology is NOT caused by Islam, though Islam DOES actively select for this personality type.

And, those suffering from it are capable of some really awful things, whether they are Muslims, or not.

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