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Alisina.org ~ Everything You Need to Know about Islam

Understanding Muhammad

The fifth edition of Understanding Muhammad has 25% more content than the previous edition, including a new chapter that leaves no doubt about Muhammad’s psychopathology. ThIS edition is available only in hard copy. If for any reason you can’t get this book write to me and I will email you a PDF version of the previous edition.

Since September 11, 2001, there have been over 16,000 terrorist attacks, resulting in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of civilians and a lot more injuries, throughout the world. The perpetrators of these crimes were not monsters; they were Muslims. They were pious people who believed and acted in accordance with their faith. There are millions more who think like them and are ready to do the same.

If you think Islamic terrorism is a new phenomenon, think again. Islam owes its success to terrorism.  The prophet of Islam bragged, “I have been made victorious with terror“.  [Bukhari: 4.52. 220]  Since the day Muhammad set foot in Medina, he started his campaign of terror.  His followers have been doing the same ever since.

Muslims are intolerant, supremacist, bully, and violent.  They are highly inflammable and can explode if they are not treated preferentially and with respect.  At the same time, they abuse others.  This is psychopathology.

To understand Muslims, one must understand their prophet.  Muslims worship and emulate Muhammad.  Islam is Muhammadanism.  Only by understanding him can one know what makes them tick.

Understanding Muhammad is a psychobiography of Allah’s Prophet.  Historians tell us that Muhammad used to withdraw to a cave, spending days wrapped in his thoughts.  He heard bells ringing and had ghostly visions.  He thought he had become demon possessed, but his wife reassured him that he had become a prophet.  Convinced of his status, he was intolerant of those who rejected him, assassinated those who criticized him, raided, looted, and massacred entire populations.  He reduced thousands to slavery, raped, and allowed his men to rape female captives.  All of this, he did with a clear conscience and a sense of entitlement.

He was magnanimous to those who admired him, but vengeful to those who did not.  He believed he was the most perfect human creation and the universe’s raison d’être.  Muhammad was no ordinary man.  He was a psychopathic Understanding Muhammad, ventures beyond the stories.  Focusing on the “why” rather than the “what,” it unravels the mystique of the most influential and yet enigmatic man in history.

Muhammad believed in his own cause.  He was so certain of the reality of his hallucinations that he expected everyone to believe in them too.   He would make his Allah indignantly ask “What! Do you then dispute with him [Muhammad] as to what he saw?” (Q.53:12)  This is psychopathology.  Why should others believe in what he saw?  Wasn’t it up to him to prove what he saw was real?  Only a psychopathic narcissist expects others to believe in his claims without asking for evidence.

Muhammad was an orphan.  Spurned by his mother in his infancy and left in the care of a Bedouin couple, he had a loveless childhood.  He then passed to the care of his grandfather and uncle who took pity on him and spoiled him.  Not receiving love at a time he needed unconditional love and not receiving discipline when he needed to learn about boundaries, he developed narcissistic personality disorder, a trait that made him a megalomaniac bereft of conscience.  He fantasized about unlimited power, expected praise and admiration, believed he was special, and expected others to believe him and go along with his ideas and plans.  He took advantage of others, was jealous, yet believed others were jealous of him, and was hurt when rejected, even killing those who deserted him.  He lied and deceived, feeling entitled and justified in doing so. All these are traits of narcissistic personality disorder.

Thanks to another mental illness, temporal lobe epilepsy, the prophet of Islam had vivid hallucinations which he interpreted as mystical and divine intimations.   When he claimed he heard voices, saw angels and other ghostly entities, he was not lying.  He could not distinguish reality from fantasy.

Muhammad also suffered from obsessive compulsive disorder, causing his fixation on numbers, rituals and stringent rules.  OCD explains why he lived such an austere life and why his religion is filled with so many absurd rules.

In late life Muhammad was affected by acromegaly, a disease caused by excessive production of a growth hormone, resulting in large bones, cold and fleshy hands and feet and coarse facial features such as enlarged lips, nose and tongue. Acromegaly occurs after the age of 40 and usually kills the patient in his early 60s.  It causes impotence, while TLE increases libido.  This explains Muhammad’s sexual vagaries in his old age and why he had such an insatiable craving for sex.  He would visit all his 9 wives in one night to touch and fondle them, without having intercourse.  His impotence explains his insecurity, paranoia, and intense jealousy for his young wives. He ordered them to cover themselves, lest other men cast a lusting eye on them.  Today, half a billion Muslim women veil themselves, because Muhammad was impotent.  Muhammad’s illnesses explain a lot of mysteries of Islam.

The combination of all these psychological disorders and his unusual physiognomy made Muhammad a phenomenon that set him apart from ordinary people.  His uneducated followers interpreted his differences as signs of his prophethood.  Like devotees of all cults, they rose to champion his cause with dedication.  By defying death and butchering others they made Islam the world’s second largest religion, now the biggest threat to world peace and the survival of human civilization.

Why is it important to know Muhammad?  Because over a billion people try to be like him and do as he did. Consequently, the insanity of one man is bequeathed to all his followers.  It is by understanding him that we can see through them, and be able to predict these unpredictable people.

We live in a dangerous time.  When a fifth of humanity worships a psychopath, eulogizes suicide bombing and thinks killing and martyrdom are ultimate acts of piety, the world becomes a dangerous place.  When these people acquire the atomic bomb, the earth becomes a powder keg.

Islam is a cult. It is time to wake up and realize that this cult is a threat to mankind and there can be no co-existence with Muslims. As long as Muslims believe in Muhammad, they are a threat to others and to themselves.  Muslims must leave Islam, leave their culture of hate and join the rest of mankind as fellow humans, or non-Muslims must separate themselves from them, ban Islam, end the immigration of Muslims and send home those who plot against democracy and refuse to integrate.

Islam is incompatible with democracy.  It is a warring creed that uses democracy to destroy it and to establish itself as a worldwide totalitarian regime.  The only way to avert the clash between this barbarity and civilization and a world disaster, is to expose the fallacy of Islam and demystify it.  Muslims must be weaned from Islam for humanity to live in peace.

Understanding Muhammad is imperative for both Muslims and non-Muslims. This book makes that task easy.

Reviews of Understanding Muhammad

1 FJordman

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2008/10/fjordman-reviews-ali-sinas-understanding-muhammad.html

http://lionheartuk.blogspot.com/2008/10/fjordman-book-review-understanding.html

2-  Sujit Das

http://islammonitor.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2436&catid=214

http://voi.org/28jun2009/sourced/faithfreedom/bookreview:understandingmuhammadapsychobiography.html

http://thewestislamandsharia.blogspot.com/2010/04/book-review-understanding-muhammad.html

3- Mahesh Prabhu

http://www.faithfreedom.org/features/book-review/understanding-muhammad-a-psychobiography-of-allah’s-prophet/

http://indiamahesh.folks.co.in/2010/07/an-impeccable-reassessment-of-islam’s-only-prophet/

4- Tamilian ex-Muslim

http://www.islam-watch.org/Library/Understanding-Muhammad-Tamil.htm

http://www.faithfreedom.org/op-ed/review-of-tamil-edition-of-understanding-muhammad/

And here is a negative review by a Muslim

http://www.bismikaallahuma.org/archives/2009/ali-sina-understanding-muhammad-a-psychobiography/

http://www.bibliaholic.com/review-of-understanding-muhammad-a-psychobiography-by-ali-sina/

Note that the author of this negative review, is Mohd Elfie Nieshaem Juferi, the man who said Ali Sina must be killed.  He has not read the book. He has not addressed any of the arguments presented in the book.  He rehashes the same tired logical fallacies that Muslims present to prove Islam is true.   No Muslim who reads this book will remain a Muslim, not even MENJ.  Or maybe he will, after all he is a man of hate who loves violece and unabashedly advocates for Islamic supremacy.

I challenge Muslims to read the book and see if you can still write a rebuttal to it.  I will publish your rebuttal, and should you prove me wrong I will give you $50,000 in reward and announce my defeat.

Buy the fifth edition, which is a lot more complete than the previous one. However, if for any reason you can’t buy it, ask me and I will send you a PDF version of the previous edition. It’s not as complete but still good enough to make the point.

If you want me to publish your rebuttal, you should first meet me in Gchat where I will quiz you to make sure you have read the book.  This is because Muslims hate to read anything written against Islam but still want to prove it wrong, without knowing its content.

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The Post you are about to read is true and is based on true research. This post will open the eyes of the reader and at worst will make you think?

Alisina.org ~ Everything You Need to Know about Islam

Understanding Muhammad

The fifth edition of Understanding Muhammad has 25% more content than the previous edition, including a new chapter that leaves no doubt about Muhammad’s psychopathology. ThIS edition is available only in hard copy. If for any reason you can’t get this book write to me and I will email you a PDF version of the previous edition.

Since September 11, 2001, there have been over 16,000 terrorist attacks, resulting in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of civilians and a lot more injuries, throughout the world. The perpetrators of these crimes were not monsters; they were Muslims. They were pious people who believed and acted in accordance with their faith. There are millions more who think like them and are ready to do the same.

If you think Islamic terrorism is a new phenomenon, think again. Islam owes its success to terrorism.  The prophet of Islam bragged, “I have been made victorious with terror“.  [Bukhari: 4.52. 220]  Since the day Muhammad set foot in Medina, he started his campaign of terror.  His followers have been doing the same ever since.

Muslims are intolerant, supremacist, bully, and violent.  They are highly inflammable and can explode if they are not treated preferentially and with respect.  At the same time, they abuse others.  This is psychopathology.

To understand Muslims, one must understand their prophet.  Muslims worship and emulate Muhammad.  Islam is Muhammadanism.  Only by understanding him can one know what makes them tick.

Understanding Muhammad is a psychobiography of Allah’s Prophet.  Historians tell us that Muhammad used to withdraw to a cave, spending days wrapped in his thoughts.  He heard bells ringing and had ghostly visions.  He thought he had become demon possessed, but his wife reassured him that he had become a prophet.  Convinced of his status, he was intolerant of those who rejected him, assassinated those who criticized him, raided, looted, and massacred entire populations.  He reduced thousands to slavery, raped, and allowed his men to rape female captives.  All of this, he did with a clear conscience and a sense of entitlement.

He was magnanimous to those who admired him, but vengeful to those who did not.  He believed he was the most perfect human creation and the universe’s raison d’être.  Muhammad was no ordinary man.  He was a psychopathic Understanding Muhammad, ventures beyond the stories.  Focusing on the “why” rather than the “what,” it unravels the mystique of the most influential and yet enigmatic man in history.

Muhammad believed in his own cause.  He was so certain of the reality of his hallucinations that he expected everyone to believe in them too.   He would make his Allah indignantly ask “What! Do you then dispute with him [Muhammad] as to what he saw?” (Q.53:12)  This is psychopathology.  Why should others believe in what he saw?  Wasn’t it up to him to prove what he saw was real?  Only a psychopathic narcissist expects others to believe in his claims without asking for evidence.

Muhammad was an orphan.  Spurned by his mother in his infancy and left in the care of a Bedouin couple, he had a loveless childhood.  He then passed to the care of his grandfather and uncle who took pity on him and spoiled him.  Not receiving love at a time he needed unconditional love and not receiving discipline when he needed to learn about boundaries, he developed narcissistic personality disorder, a trait that made him a megalomaniac bereft of conscience.  He fantasized about unlimited power, expected praise and admiration, believed he was special, and expected others to believe him and go along with his ideas and plans.  He took advantage of others, was jealous, yet believed others were jealous of him, and was hurt when rejected, even killing those who deserted him.  He lied and deceived, feeling entitled and justified in doing so. All these are traits of narcissistic personality disorder.

Thanks to another mental illness, temporal lobe epilepsy, the prophet of Islam had vivid hallucinations which he interpreted as mystical and divine intimations.   When he claimed he heard voices, saw angels and other ghostly entities, he was not lying.  He could not distinguish reality from fantasy.

Muhammad also suffered from obsessive compulsive disorder, causing his fixation on numbers, rituals and stringent rules.  OCD explains why he lived such an austere life and why his religion is filled with so many absurd rules.

In late life Muhammad was affected by acromegaly, a disease caused by excessive production of a growth hormone, resulting in large bones, cold and fleshy hands and feet and coarse facial features such as enlarged lips, nose and tongue. Acromegaly occurs after the age of 40 and usually kills the patient in his early 60s.  It causes impotence, while TLE increases libido.  This explains Muhammad’s sexual vagaries in his old age and why he had such an insatiable craving for sex.  He would visit all his 9 wives in one night to touch and fondle them, without having intercourse.  His impotence explains his insecurity, paranoia, and intense jealousy for his young wives. He ordered them to cover themselves, lest other men cast a lusting eye on them.  Today, half a billion Muslim women veil themselves, because Muhammad was impotent.  Muhammad’s illnesses explain a lot of mysteries of Islam.

The combination of all these psychological disorders and his unusual physiognomy made Muhammad a phenomenon that set him apart from ordinary people.  His uneducated followers interpreted his differences as signs of his prophethood.  Like devotees of all cults, they rose to champion his cause with dedication.  By defying death and butchering others they made Islam the world’s second largest religion, now the biggest threat to world peace and the survival of human civilization.

Why is it important to know Muhammad?  Because over a billion people try to be like him and do as he did. Consequently, the insanity of one man is bequeathed to all his followers.  It is by understanding him that we can see through them, and be able to predict these unpredictable people.

We live in a dangerous time.  When a fifth of humanity worships a psychopath, eulogizes suicide bombing and thinks killing and martyrdom are ultimate acts of piety, the world becomes a dangerous place.  When these people acquire the atomic bomb, the earth becomes a powder keg.

Islam is a cult. It is time to wake up and realize that this cult is a threat to mankind and there can be no co-existence with Muslims. As long as Muslims believe in Muhammad, they are a threat to others and to themselves.  Muslims must leave Islam, leave their culture of hate and join the rest of mankind as fellow humans, or non-Muslims must separate themselves from them, ban Islam, end the immigration of Muslims and send home those who plot against democracy and refuse to integrate.

Islam is incompatible with democracy.  It is a warring creed that uses democracy to destroy it and to establish itself as a worldwide totalitarian regime.  The only way to avert the clash between this barbarity and civilization and a world disaster, is to expose the fallacy of Islam and demystify it.  Muslims must be weaned from Islam for humanity to live in peace.

Understanding Muhammad is imperative for both Muslims and non-Muslims. This book makes that task easy.

Reviews of Understanding Muhammad

1 FJordman

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2008/10/fjordman-reviews-ali-sinas-understanding-muhammad.html

http://lionheartuk.blogspot.com/2008/10/fjordman-book-review-understanding.html

2-  Sujit Das

http://islammonitor.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2436&catid=214

http://voi.org/28jun2009/sourced/faithfreedom/bookreview:understandingmuhammadapsychobiography.html

http://thewestislamandsharia.blogspot.com/2010/04/book-review-understanding-muhammad.html

3- Mahesh Prabhu

http://www.faithfreedom.org/features/book-review/understanding-muhammad-a-psychobiography-of-allah’s-prophet/

http://indiamahesh.folks.co.in/2010/07/an-impeccable-reassessment-of-islam’s-only-prophet/

4- Tamilian ex-Muslim

http://www.islam-watch.org/Library/Understanding-Muhammad-Tamil.htm

http://www.faithfreedom.org/op-ed/review-of-tamil-edition-of-understanding-muhammad/

And here is a negative review by a Muslim

http://www.bismikaallahuma.org/archives/2009/ali-sina-understanding-muhammad-a-psychobiography/

http://www.bibliaholic.com/review-of-understanding-muhammad-a-psychobiography-by-ali-sina/

Note that the author of this negative review, is Mohd Elfie Nieshaem Juferi, the man who said Ali Sina must be killed.  He has not read the book. He has not addressed any of the arguments presented in the book.  He rehashes the same tired logical fallacies that Muslims present to prove Islam is true.   No Muslim who reads this book will remain a Muslim, not even MENJ.  Or maybe he will, after all he is a man of hate who loves violece and unabashedly advocates for Islamic supremacy.

I challenge Muslims to read the book and see if you can still write a rebuttal to it.  I will publish your rebuttal, and should you prove me wrong I will give you $50,000 in reward and announce my defeat.

Buy the fifth edition, which is a lot more complete than the previous one. However, if for any reason you can’t buy it, ask me and I will send you a PDF version of the previous edition. It’s not as complete but still good enough to make the point.

If you want me to publish your rebuttal, you should first meet me in Gchat where I will quiz you to make sure you have read the book.  This is because Muslims hate to read anything written against Islam but still want to prove it wrong, without knowing its content.

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Here is an example of rats jumping ship…..

GCIS INTELLIGENCE BRIEFING: Obama to remake national security team ISSUED BY: GCIS Communications Command Center SOURCE: The Washington Post 08April2011 5:00amEST GCIS INTELLIGENCE UPDATE: Among those who have announced the intention to leave or are due to rotate out of existing jobs include Robert M. Gates, the defense secretary; Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff; Gen. David H. Petraeus, commander of international forces in Afghanistan; and Karl W. Eikenberry, the U.S. ambassador to … Read More

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Is Anybody Listening?

Grow Old With Me
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I read this while in all things studying how to write. The following is by one of us, all of us, and should be read with care. This was written in 1979, we are in 2011 now, when you look around nothing is changed except the names; same policies’ and tactics. Obama care does not work. Read, research, check for your selves:

 

Is Anybody Listening?

Anonymous

 

In October 1979, the Los Angeles Times received the letter reprinted below.  It was submitted by niece a of the woman who wrote it on condition that the author remain anonymous.  Whether or not the author is still alive is unknown to the editors.

What follows is a heart-rending plea for society to help make more bearable the lives of old people residing in convalescent hospitals.

 

Hello!  Is there anyone out there who will listen to me?  How can I convince you that I am a prisoner?

For the past five years, I have not seen a park or the ocean or even just a few feet of grass.

I am an 84-year-old woman, and the only crime which I have committed is that I have an illness which is called chronic.  I have severe arthritis and about five years ago I broke my hip.  While I was recuperating in the hospital, I realized that I would need extra help at home.  But there was no one.  My son died 35 years ago, my husband, 25 years ago.  I have a few nieces and nephews who come by to visit once in a while, but I couldn’t ask them to take me in, and the few friends I still have are just getting by, themselves.  So I wound up at a convalescent hospital in the middle of Los Angeles.

All kinds of people are thrown together here.  I sit and watch, day after day.  As I look around this room, I see the pathetic ones (maybe the lucky ones—who knows?) who have lost their minds, and the poor souls who should be out but nobody comes to get them, and the sick ones who are in pain.  We are all locked up together.

I have been keeping in touch with the world through the newspaper, my one great luxury.  For the last few years I have been reading about the changes in Medicare regulations. All I can see from these improvements is that nurses spend more time writing.  For, after all, how do you regulate caring?

Most of the nurse’s aides who work here are from other countries.  Even those who can speak English don’t have much in common with us.  So they hurry to get their work done as quickly as possible.  There are a few caring people who work here, but there are so many of us who are needy for that kind of honest attention.

A doctor comes to see me once a month.  He spends approximately three to five seconds with me and then a few more minutes writing in the cart or joking with the nurses.  (my own doctor doesn’t come to convalescent hospitals, so I had to take this one.)  I sometimes wonder about how the nurse’s aides feel when they work so hard for so little money and then see that the person who spends so little time is the one who is paid the most.

I notice that most of the physicians who come here don’t even pay attention to things like whether their patient’s finger-nails are trimmed or whether their body is foul-smelling.  Last week when the doctor came to see me, I hadn’t had a bath in 10 days because the nurse’s aide took too long on her coffee break.  She wrote in the chart that she gave me a shower—anyway, who would check or care?  I would be labeled as a complainer or losing my memory, and that would be worse.

It is now 8 o’clock.  Time to be in bed.  I live through each night—and it is a long night—with memories of my childhood.  I lived on an apple farm in Washington.

I remember how I used to bake, pies and cakes and cookies for friends and neighbors and their children.  In the five years I have been here, I have had no choice—no choice of when I want to eat or what I want to eat.  It has been so long since I have tasted fruit like mango or cherries.

As I write this, I keep wishing I were exaggerating.

These last five years feel like the last five hundred of my life.

Last year, one of the volunteers here read us a poem.  It was by Robert Browning.  I think it was called “Rabbi Ben Ezra.”  It went something like this:  ‘Grow old along with me, the best of life is yet to be.”  How can I begin to tell you that growing old in America is for me an unbelievable, lonely nightmare?

I am writing this because many of you may live to be old like me, and by then it will be too late.  You, too, will be stuck here and wonder why nothing is being done, and you, too, will wonder if there is any justice in life.  Right now, I pray every night that I may die in my sleep and get this nightmare of what someone has called life over with, if it means living in this prison day after day.