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    Evidence that Jews are carriers of schizophrenia is disclosed in a paper prepared for the American Journal of Psychiatry by Dr. Arnold A. Hutschnecker, the New York psychiatrist who once treated President Nixon.
    In a study entitled 'Mental Illness: The Jewish Disease' Dr. Hutschnecker said that although all Jews are not mentally ill, mental illness is highly contagious and Jews are the principal sources of infection.

    Dr. Hutschnecker stated that every Jew is born with the seeds of schizophrenia and it is this fact that accounts for the world-wide persecution of Jews.

    'The world would be more compassionate toward the Jews if it was generally realized that Jews are not responsible for their condition.' Dr. Hutschnecker said. 'Schizophrenia is the fact that creates in Jews a compulsive desire for persecution.'

    Dr. Hutschnecker pointed out that mental illness peculiar to Jews is manifested by their inability to differentiate between right and wrong. He said that, although Jewish canonical law recognizes the virtues of patience, humility and integrity, Jews are aggressive, vindictive and dishonest.
    'While Jews attack non-Jewish Americans for racism, Israel is the most racist country in the world,' Dr. Hutschnecker said.

    Jews, according to Dr. Hutschnecker, display their mental illness through their paranoia. He explained that the paranoiac not only imagines that he is being persecuted but deliberately creates situations which will make persecution a reality.

    Dr. Hutschnecker said that all a person need do to see Jewish paranoia in action is to ride on the New York subway. Nine times out of ten, he said, the one who pushes you out of the way will be a Jew.

    'The Jew hopes you will retaliate in kind and when you do he can tell himself you are anti-Semitic.'

    During World War II, Dr. Hutschnecker said, Jewish leaders in England and the United States knew about the terrible massacre of the Jews by the Nazis. But, he stated, when State Department officials wanted to speak out against the massacre, they were silenced by organized Jewry. Organized Jewry, he said, wanted the massacre to continue in order to arouse the world's sympathy.

    Dr. Hutschnecker likened the Jewish need to be persecuted to the kind of insanity where the afflicted person mutilates himself. He said that those who mutilate themselves do so because they want sympathy for themselves. But, he added, such persons reveal their insanity by disfiguring themselves in such a way as to arouse revulsion rather than sympathy.

    Dr. Hutschnecker noted that the incidence of mental illness has increased in the United States in direct proportion to the increase in the Jewish population.

    'The great Jewish migration to the United States began at the end of the nineteenth century,' Dr. Hutschnecker said. 'In 1900 there were 1,058,135 Jews in the United States; in 1970 there were 5,868,555; an increase of 454.8%. In 1900 there were 62,112 persons confined in public mental hospitals in the United States; in 1970 there were 339,027, in increase of 445.7%. In the same period the U.S. population rose from 76,212,368 to 203,211,926, an increase of 166.6%. Prior to the influx of Jews from Europe the United States was a mentally healthy nation. But this is no longer true.'

    Dr. Hutschnecker substantiated his claim that the United States was no longer a mentally healthy nation by quoting Dr. David Rosenthal, chief of the laboratory of psychology at the National Institute of Mental Health, who recently estimated that more than 60,000,000 people in the United States suffer from some form of 'schizophrenic spectrum disorder.' Noting that Dr. Rosenthal is Jewish, Dr. Hutschnecker said that Jews seem to take a perverse pride in the spread of mental illness.

    Dr. Hutschnecker said that the word 'schizophrenia' was given to mental disease by dr. Eugen Blueler, a Swiss psychiatrist, in 1911. Prior to that time it had been known as 'dementia praecox,' the name used by its discoverer, Dr. Emil Kraepelin. Later, according to Dr. Hutschnecker, the same disease was given the name 'neurosis' by Dr. Sigmund Freud.

    'The symptoms of schizophrenia were recognized almost simultaneously by Bleuler, Kraepelin and Freud at a time when Jews were moving into the affluent middle class,' Dr. Hutschnecker said. 'Previously they had been ignored as a social and racial entity by the physicians of that era. They became clinically important when they began to intermingle with non-Jews.'

    Dr. Hutschnecker said that research by Dr. Jacques S. Gottlieb of Wayne State University indicates that schizophrenia is caused by deformity in the alpha-two-globulin protein, which in schizophrenics is corkscrew-shaped. The deformed protein is apparently caused by a virus which, Dr. Hutschnecker believes, Jews transmit to non-Jews with whom they come in contact. He said that because those descended from Western European peoples have not built up an immunity to the virus they are particularly vulnerable to the disease.

    'There is no doubt in my mind,' Dr. Hutschnecker said, 'that Jews have infected the American people with schizophrenia. Jews are carriers of the disease and it will reach epidemic proportions unless science develops a vaccine to counteract it.'

    A Jew learns as part of his sacred Bible and Talmud studies that crimes against Gentiles, such as genocide, mass murder, child abuse etc. are considered holy services to God. The Bible and the Talmud, the holy books of hate, mandating innocent Jewish youngsters to hate, to murder, to deceit, to expel, to rob non-Jews in the name of God. This leaves not only a dent on their mental structure, but turns their soul into a festering spiritual deformity.
    They live and work together with non-Jews in communities throughout the world, liking their Gentile neighbours, enjoying their culture and even at times falling in love with members of the Goyim opposite sex. However, because of the strict law and restrictions (based on racial purity) imposed upon them, they are forced to grow up and develop in a world in which they learn the skills of obeying one command and living a double life. The dilemma the ordinary Jew faces, is that he has to obey the Rabbis' interpretation of God's laws. They educated the young minds of the Jewish nation to despise, to subjugate, to look down upon and even to hate the non-Jewish world. Failing to follow these holy commands results, as they are taught, in severe punishment by God. This must result naturally in mental aberration amongst the Jewish community.
    Loathsome example-patients of this serious mental illness, that befalls Jews, are America's neo-conservatives who seem to take joy in waging wars in the Middle East.
     
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    Mkuu
    umetujuza gonjwa la mayahudi nini gonjwa la maarabu/Miarabu???
     
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    Thanks mkuu, ngoja aje atujuze gonjwa la maarabu.
     
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    Kama watoto ambao wanawezakuamini kwa urahisi kuhusu monsters, elves and fairies, Marehemu Muhammad's belief in Jinns, is an indication of the influence that his society had on his impressionable mind. He saw Jinns and angels everywhere.

    Binadamu kwa ujumla wanaweza kupotezwa kwa kufuata mawazo au ndoto za mtu binafsi kama Waislam walivyo fuata za Mtume Marehemu Muhammad.
    Mfano, watoto huwa wanaota ndogo au kuona vitu visivyo eleweka wakati wa usiki, na kumbe ni kivuli cha kitu Fulani ndani ya nyumba. During the stage of utoto/childhood, we were prone to imaginations. In our collective sub-conscience, we experienced the fantastic and the surreal. We saw fairies, we believed in magic, we invented mythical beings and we became fascinated with tales of miracles. Every culture developed its own version of myths and legends. This kept our imagination alive and allowed us to dream. This process was important and perhaps necessary for our mental development as are fairy tales, for the mental development of children! It is very much possible, that many adult individuals, of primitive and naïve societies, actually experienced encounters with fairies, jinns and demons. Some thought that they saw God or his angel Gabriel coming down on them with a mission to save the world from disbelief and God's wrath, while others were petrified by the sight of the angel of death, jinns and demons.

    The Prophet's Muhammad mental condition was a matter of concern since his childhood, which deeply disturbed his wet nurse who returned Muhammad to his mother. Here is the story told by her, related in Guillaume's translation of Ibn Ishaq, page 72:

    "His [Muhammad's friend's] father said to me, "I am afraid that this child (Marehemu Muhammad) has had a stroke, so take him back to his family before the result appears. ..... She [Muhammad's mother] asked me what happened and gave me no peace until I told her. When she asked if I feared a demon had possessed him, I replied that I did."

    It is normal for children to see monsters under their beds, and have secret imaginary friends, but Muhammad's case must have been exceptionally worrisome and extremely weird to alarm his own mother and to bring up the possibility of her son being possessed by demon. The fact that his wet nurse also believed so is proof that he (Marehemu Muhammad) was mentally unstable from the childhood.

    It is a shame for Muhammad, Muhammadans and his contemporaries to believe in a defacto Allah, jinns, and other mysterious and fantasy beings, and it is quite embarrassing for grown up men and women who live at the threshold of the third millennium, when the light of science has illumined the minds of most of the people and yet believe in the fantasies of a primitive man of 1400 years ago, Marehemu Muhammad, who wa mentally schizophrenia.

    There are many verses of Quran and stories in the Hadith that speak of Jinns and prove that Marehemu Muhammad alikuwa na matatizo ya akili na alikuwa amepagawa na majini/demons.

    Sahih Bukhari Volume 1, Book 12, Number 740
    Narrated Ibn 'Abbas:
    The Prophet set out with the intention of going to Suq 'Ukaz (market of 'Ukaz) along with some of his companions. At the same time, a barrier was put between the devils and the news of heaven. Fire commenced to be thrown at them. The Devils went to their people, who asked them, "What is wrong with you?" They said, "A barrier has been placed between us and the news of heaven. And fire has been thrown at us." They said, "The thing which has put a barrier between you and the news of heaven must be something which has happened recently. Go eastward and westward and see what has put a barrier between you and the news of heaven." Those who went towards Tuhama came across the Prophet at a place called Nakhla and it was on the way to Suq 'Ukaz and the Prophet was offering the Fajr prayer with his companions. When they heard the Qur'an they listened to it and said, "By Allah, this is the thing which has put a barrier between us and the news of heaven." They went to their people and said, "O our people; verily we have heard a wonderful recital (Qur'an) which shows the true path; we believed in it and would not ascribe partners to our Lord." Allah revealed the following verses to his Prophet (Sura 'Jinn') (72): "Say: It has been revealed to me." And what was revealed to him was the conversation of the Jinns.
     
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    Jinns to the Prophet were real beings. They were not allegorical or symbolic as it is clear from the above Hadith. He even dedicated a Surah to them. This is what the Surah Jinns reads. I

    72:1-15

    Say: It has been revealed to me that a company of Jinns listened (to the Qur'an). They said, 'We have really heard a wonderful Recital!
    2) 'It gives guidance to the Right, and we have believed therein: we shall not join (in worship) any (gods) with our Lord.
    3) 'And Exalted is the Majesty of our Lord: He has taken neither a wife nor a son.
    4) 'There were some foolish ones among us, who used to utter extravagant lies against Allah;
    5) 'But we do think that no man or spirit should say aught that untrue against Allah.

    These Jinns were not imaginary fairs. To the Prophet they were very real entities. Some even could go a live with them.

    6) 'True, there were persons among mankind who took shelter with persons among the Jinns, but they increased them in folly.
    7) 'And they (came to) think as ye thought, that Allah would not raise up any one (to Judgment).

    The most amusing part of is when Jinns try to listen to the secret of the heaven and they are chased away by "shooting stars" that are fired at them as missiles of fire.

    'And we pried into the secrets of heaven; but we found it filled with stern guards and flaming fires.
    9) 'We used, indeed, to sit there in (hidden) stations, to (steal) a hearing; but any who listen now will find a flaming fire watching him in ambush.
    10) 'And we understand not whether ill is intended to those on earth, or whether their Lord (really) intends to guide them to right conduct.
    11) 'There are among us some that are righteous, and some the contrary: we follow divergent paths.
    12) 'But we think that we can by no means frustrate Allah throughout the earth, nor can we frustrate Him by flight.

    Notice that some of the Jinns even became Muslims! MAJINI DINI YAO NI UISLAM.

    13) 'And as for us, since we have listened to the Guidance, we have accepted it: and any who believes in his Lord has no fear, either of a short (account) or of any injustice.
    14) 'Amongst us are some that submit their wills (to Allah), and some that swerve from justice. Now those who submit their wills - they have sought out (the path) of right conduct:
    15) 'But those who swerve,- they are (but) fuel for Hell-fire'-

    As it is clear from the above, the Prophet used to think that some Jinns believe in Allah and some don't and those who don't become fuel for Hell-fire. Of course, it is not clear how they can become fuel since as he explained; the Jinns are made of "fire". So probably they enjoy their sojourn in the Hell. To become "fuel" they have to be made of carbonic substance. Huu ndio uongo wa Marehemu Muhammad.

    Some of the stories that the Prophet used to count for his followers are extremely funny and illogical. Not that he had much sense of humor. In fact he hardly laughed and covered his mouth whenever he could not help it. He told these stories very seriously and precisely because of that, we find it so laughable; like the following.

    Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 54, Number 533
    Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah:
    The Prophet said, "Cover your utensils and tie your water skins, and close your doors and keep your children close to you at night, as the Jinns spread out at such time and snatch things away. When you go to bed, put out your lights, for the mischief-doer (i.e. the rat) may drag away the wick of the candle and burn the dwellers of the house." Ata said, "The devils." (instead of the Jinns).

    However the following takes the cake.
    Sahih Bukhari Volume 5, Book 58, Number 200
    Narrated Abu Huraira:
    That once he was in the, company of the Prophet carrying a water pot for his ablution and for cleaning his private parts. While he was following him carrying it(i.e. the pot), the Prophet said, "Who is this?" He said, "I am Abu Huraira." The Prophet said, "Bring me stones in order to clean my private parts, and do not bring any bones or animal dung." Abu Huraira went on narrating: So I brought some stones, carrying them in the corner of my robe till I put them by his side and went away. When he finished, I walked with him and asked, "What about the bone and the animal dung?" He said, "They are of the food of Jinns. The delegate of Jinns of (the city of) Nasibin came to me--and how nice those Jinns were--and asked me for the remains of the human food. I invoked Allah for them that they would never pass by a bone or animal dung but find food on them."

    During his last days at Mecca, the Prophet happened to be in Nakhla, a valley between Taeif and Mecca. There, he went lost for a night and the next day when he was found claimed to have passed the night in the company of a crowd of Jinns pressing forward to hear his exhortations, and ardent to embrace Islam. The story in described in Quran as follow:

    46:29-31
    Behold, We turned towards thee a company of Jinns (quietly) listening to the Qur'an: when they stood in the presence thereof, they said, "Listen in silence!" 30-When the (reading) was finished, they returned to their people, to warn (them of their sins).
    31-They said, "O our people! We have heard a Book revealed after Moses, confirming what came before it: it guides (men) to the Truth and to a Straight Path.

    "O our people, hearken to the one who invites (you) to Allah, and believe in him: He will forgive you your faults, and deliver you from a Penalty Grievous.
    There is also a Hadith that ratify that romantic encounter of the Apostle of Allah with the Jinns

    Sahih Muslim Book 004, Number 0903
    Dawud reported from 'Amir who said: I asked 'Alqama if Ibn Mas'ud was present with the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) on the night of the Jinn (the night when the Holy Prophet met them). He (Ibn Mas'uad) said: No, but we were in the company of the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) one night and we missed him. We searched for him in the valleys and the hills and said. He has either been taken away (by jinn) or has been secretly killed. He (the narrator) said. We spent the worst night which people could ever spend. When it was dawn we saw him coming from the side of Hiri'. He (the narrator) reported. We said: Messenger of Allah, we missed you and searched for you, but we could not find you and we spent the worst night which people could ever spend. He (the Holy Prophet) said: There came to me an inviter on behalf of the Jinn and I went along with him and recited to them the Qur'an. He (the narrator) said: He then went along with us and showed us their traces and traces of their embers. They (the Jinn) asked him (the Holy Prophet) about their provision and he said: Every bone on which the name of Allah is recited is your provision. The time it will fall in your hand it would be covered with flesh, and the dung of (the camels) is fodder for your animals. The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) said: Don't perform istinja with these (things) for these are the food of your brothers (Jinn).

    One wonders how a sane person could see mythological creatures like Jinns? But there are hadithes that cast the shadow of doubt on the mental sanity of the Prophet. The Apostle of Allah was indeed delirious. This was admitted by him and is reported in a hadithes that are considered by the majority of the Muslims to by Sahih.

    Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 53, Number 400
    Narrated Aisha:Once the Prophet was bewitched so that he began to imagine that he had done a thing which in fact he had not done.

    Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 54, Number 490
    Narrated 'Aisha:
    "Magic was worked on the Prophet so that he began to fancy that he was doing a thing which he was not actually doing. One day he invoked (Allah) for a long period and then said, "I feel that Allah has inspired me as how to cure myself. Two persons came to me (in my dream) and sat, one by my head and the other by my feet. One of them asked the other, "What is the ailment of this man?" The other replied, 'He has been bewitched" The first asked, 'Who has bewitched him?' The other replied, 'Lubaid bin Al-A'sam.' The first one asked, 'What material has he used?' The other replied, 'A comb, the hair gathered on it, and the outer skin of the pollen of the male date-palm.' The first asked, 'Where is that?' The other replied, 'It is in the well of Dharwan.' " So, the Prophet went out towards the well and then returned and said to me on his return, "Its date-palms (the date-palms near the well) are like the heads of the devils." I asked, "Did you take out those things with which the magic was worked?" He said, "No, for I have been cured by Allah and I am afraid that this action may spread evil amongst the people." Later on the well was filled up with earth."

    Of course we know that no one can work a magic to make someone fancy that he is doing things that he is not doing. No one has the power to bewitch another person. These were the tales of primitive people who used to call the mentally infirm and the sick possessed by demons. Having visions of Jinns is hallucination and is a symptom of schizophrenia. It is no more a secret that those who hear voices and feel that someone is directing their lives are schizophrenic. Perhaps Muhammad did not lie when he rushed to Khadija filled with terror claiming to have seen the Angel Gabriel. The above Hadith sheds light on the state of the mind of the prophet. Could it be that a billion people are following a mentally disturbed man? Could it be that if the prophet appeared today we could have solved his problem with a little bit of Prozac?

    Well, Muhammad is dead and it is not easy to diagnose his mental health only through his writings and the tales of his life. Prescribing medications for his is of no use either. But perhaps it's we who should take a dose of rational thinking, end this madness and come to our own senses. All indications make us suspect that the Prophet was a mentally disturbed and ill, but what can be said about us who in our sanity still follow a disturbed man?

    Poleni sana Waislam kwa kumfuata Mtume ambaye alikuwa na matatizo ya akili, Marehemu Muhammad.

    The Prophet's Muhammad mental condition was a matter of concern since his childhood, which deeply disturbed his wet nurse who returned Muhammad to his mother. Here is the story told by her, related in Guillaume's translation of Ibn Ishaq, page 72:

    "His [Muhammad's friend's] father said to me, "I am afraid that this child (Marehemu Muhammad) has had a stroke, so take him back to his family before the result appears. ..... She [Muhammad's mother] asked me what happened and gave me no peace until I told her. When she asked if I feared a demon had possessed him, I replied that I did."

    It is normal for children to see monsters under their beds, and have secret imaginary friends, but Muhammad's case must have been exceptionally worrisome and extremely weird to alarm his own mother and to bring up the possibility of her son being possessed by demon. The fact that his wet nurse also believed so is proof that he (Marehemu Muhammad) was mentally unstable from the childhood.
     
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    Sadiki, wapi gonjwa la miarabu.
     
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    Mkuu! hii Ibn Ishaq page 72 ndio nini?
    Mbona hadithi uliyoitoa haionyesha kuwa mtume alikuwa na matatizo ya akili au amepagawa?
    By the way, hivi hii sect ya Mayahudi Kabalallah kwa nini inajishughukisha na uchawi?
     
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    The Prophet's Muhammad mental condition was a matter of concern since his childhood, which deeply disturbed his wet nurse who returned Muhammad to his mother. Here is the story told by her, related in Guillaume's translation of Ibn Ishaq, page 72:

    "His [Muhammad's friend's] father said to me, "I am afraid that this child (Marehemu Muhammad) has had a stroke, so take him back to his family before the result appears. ..... She [Muhammad's mother] asked me what happened and gave me no peace until I told her. When she asked if I feared a demon had possessed him, I replied that I did."

    It is normal for children to see monsters under their beds, and have secret imaginary friends, but Muhammad's case must have been exceptionally worrisome and extremely weird to alarm his own mother and to bring up the possibility of her son being possessed by demon. The fact that his wet nurse also believed so is proof that he (Marehemu Muhammad) was mentally unstable from the childhood.
     
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    Nilikuwa ninataka kuijua hio Ibn Ishaaq 72 ninaweza kuipata wapi.
    "Those who are incapable of attaining to supreme religious values include the black coloured people and those who resemble them in their climates. Their nature is like the mute animals. Their level among existing things is below that of a man and above that of a monkey." (Maimonides, Guide To The Perplexed, Translation from the Hebrew Version)
     
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    If there is someone with mental illness, it should be Muse A Muse! I have been following up your posts, mostly are illogical, unfounded, childish, mentally retarded and offensive! I wonder why the mods tend to entertain or tolerate your posts. Since this is your forum......keep deceiving yourself!
     
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