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Reader comment on item: Terror & Denial [by Hadayat at LAX]
in response to reader comment: Huge difference!

Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Apr 16, 2007 at 17:02

The term "Muslim" has been rendered largely meaningless. The correct and much more accurate term for those who follow the teachings of Muhammed is "Muhammedian". This term has several benefits. Muhammed advocated all the behaviors we see carried out by the various sects of the Muhammedian cult. Beheadings, enslavement, amputations, summary judgements, sexual deviancy, perpetual war, all practiced by the founder, Muhammed. Obviously, those who follow Muhammeds' teachings object to the term, on grounds that "Muhammedian" implies that Muhammed is the object of worship. This objection is typically those who do not speak English as a primary language.

The terms we hear most when refering to Muhammedians; "Muslim", "Shiite", "Sunni", "Sufi" etc. offer no insight into the cult itself,only those who have internalized the dogma of the Muhammedian belief system. As a result, the Muhammedian sects enjoy the parsing and the resulting confusion. Muhammedism was the perferred terminolgy during the 19th and early 20th century.

The term "Islam" is simply the Muhammedians vision of an idealized world that has does not exist, has never existed, and can never exist. A casual observation of the manic behavior and the penchant for Muhammedians to kill Muhammedians demonstrate the dogma of death embraced by the founder of the Muhammedian cult. It is accurate to say that those who embrace the dogma of Muhammed, to the extent they embrace the dogma, are themselves soldiers of Muhammed ie terrorists.


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