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Understanding Muhammad is a Psycho Biography By Ali Sina

Understanding Muhammad is a Psycho Biography By Ali Sina

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Understanding Muhammad is a psychobiographyBy Ali SinaSince September 11, 2001, there have been over 11,000terrorist attacks, resulting in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of civilians and a lot more injuries, throughout theworld. The perpetrators of these attacks were not monsters;they were Muslims. They were pious people who believedand acted in accordance with their faith. There are millionsmore who think like them and are ready to do the same.If you think Islamic terrorism is a new phenomenon, thinkagain. Islam owes its success to terrorism. The prophet of Islam boasted, “I have been made victorious with terror".[Bukhari: 4.52. 220] Since the day Muhammad set foot inMedina, he started his campaign of terror. His followers havebeen doing the same ever since.Muslims are intolerant, supremacist, bullies, and violent. They are highly inflammable and can explode if they are nottreated preferentially and with respect. At the same time,they abuse others and violate the rights of people of otherfaiths. This is psychopathology. To understand Muslims, one must understand their prophet.Muslims worship and emulate Muhammad. Islam isMuhammadanism. Only by understanding him can one knowwhat makes them tick.Understanding Muhammad is a psychobiography of Allah’sProphet. It seeks to unveil the mystery of that man.Historians tell us Muhammad used to withdraw to a cave,spending days wrapped in his thoughts. He heard bellsringing and had ghostly visions. He thought he was demonpossessed, until his wife reassured him he had become aprophet. Convinced of his status, he was intolerant of those
 
who rejected him, assassinated those who criticized him,raided, looted, and massacred entire populations. Hereduced thousands to slavery, raped, and allowed his men torape female captives. All of this, he did with a clearconscience and a sense of entitlement.He was magnanimous toward those who admired him, butvengeful toward those who did not. He believed he was themost perfect human creation and the universe's raisond'être. Muhammad was no ordinary man. He was anarcissist.Understanding Muhammad, ventures beyond the stories.Focusing on the "why" rather than the "what," it unravels themystique of one of the most enigmatic and influential men inhistory.Muhammad believed in his own cause. He was so certain of the reality of his hallucinations that he expected everyone tobelieve too. He would make his Allah indignantly ask “What!Do you then dispute with him [Muhammad] as to what hesaw?” (Q.53:12) This is psychopathology. Why should othersbelieve in what he saw? Wasn't it up to him to prove what hesaw was real? Only a narcissist expects others to believe inhis claims without asking for evidence.Muhammad was an orphan. Spurned by his mother in hisinfancy and left in the care of a Bedouin couple, he had aloveless childhood. He then passed to the care of hisgrandfather and uncle who took pity on him and spoiled him.Not receiving love at a time he needed unconditional loveand not receiving discipline when he needed to learn aboutboundaries, he developed narcissistic personality disorder, atrait that made him a megalomaniac bereft of conscience.He fantasized about unlimited power, expected praise andadmiration, believed he was special, and expected others to
 
believe him and go along with his ideas and plans. He tookadvantage of others, was jealous, yet believed others were jealous of him, and was extremely hurt when rejected, evenkilling those who deserted him. He lied and deceived, feelingentitled and justified in doing so. All these are traits of narcissistic personality disorder. Thanks to another mental illness, temporal lobe epilepsy, theprophet of Islam had vivid hallucinations he interpreted asmystical and divine intimations. When he claimed he heardvoices, saw angels and other ghostly entities, he was notlying. His problem was that he could not distinguish realityfrom fantasy.He also suffered from obsessive compulsive disorder,causing his fixations on numbers, rituals and stringent rules. This explains why he lived such an austere life and why hisreligion is filled with so many absurd rules.In the later years of his life Muhammad was affected byacromegaly, a disease caused by excessive production of agrowth hormone, Normal Footprint Muhammad had fleshyand swelled resulting in hands and feet. His footprint showslarge bones, he had acromegaly. Cold and fleshy hands andfeet and coarse facial features such as enlarged lips, noseand tongue. Acromegaly occurs after the age of 40 andusually kills the patient in his early 60s. It causes impotence,while it increases libido. This explains Muhammad's sexual vagaries in his old ageand why in the later years of his life he had such aninsatiable craving for sex. He would visit all his 9 wives inone night to touch and fondle them, without being satisfied.His impotence explains his insecurity, paranoia, and intense jealousy of his young wives. He ordered them to coverthemselves, lest other men would cast a lusting eye on

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