The People vs Muhammad - Psychological Analysis - J.K Sheindlin

The People vs Muhammad - Psychological Analysis

By J.K Sheindlin

  • Release Date: 2015-06-09
  • Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Score: 4
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From 8 Ratings

Description

In The People vs Muhammad, #1 International Bestselling author JK Sheindlin psychologically analyses the founding father of Islam, while putting him on trial for crimes against humanity.

Is Islam a "religion of peace"? Was Muhammad the true and final prophet of God? Is the Quran the fulfilment of the Bible, and legitimately continuing the traditions of the Judeo-Christian scriptures? Perhaps one of the most audacious, shocking, unthinkable and highly controversial ideas to ever be conceived, The People vs Muhammad places the founding father of Islam on trial for crimes against humanity, and to challenge his self-proclaimed authority. With the growing threat of home-grown Muslim jihadist terrorist attacks and the ominous cataclysm of a global holy war, there's no doubt Islam has become a burdensome issue which has our own western governments perplexed. This book series intends to investigate the true ideology of Islam, to ascertain with reason and logic the legitimacy of Muhammad's claim and core teachings of his cult. Throughout this series, author J.K Sheindlin carefully analyses the Quran and the Islamic texts legalistically to expose the shocking truth pertaining to Muhammad's advocation for: Pedophilia, honor killings, sex slavery, prostitution, racism, extortion, murder, psychological indoctrination, intellectual terrorism, censorship, grand larceny, racketeering, domestic violence, gender inequality, and much more! In this powerful series, the first installment Psychological analysis delves deep into Muhammad's past and uncovers disturbing facts which undoubtedly prove to be the origins of his multiple psychopathological disorders. Using entirely the Islamic sources in reference to contemporary psychiatric-medical archives, J.K Sheindlin details Muhammad's extensive catalogue of mental illnesses which include: Psychopathy, Gynophobia, Napoleon Complex, Schizophrenia, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Messiah-God Complex, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Athazagorophobia, Oedipus Complex, Sex-addiction, Pedophilia, and Necrophilia. Furthermore, the author also hypothesizes a convincing argument based on medical science, which debunks Muhammad's first revelation. These external factors being: Volcanic gas inhalation, sensory deprivation, starvation, dehydration, brain damage and Syphilis. Written to provoke a rational response from both Muslim and western readers, the verdict is ultimately decided by the public to determine if Muhammad's claim to prophethood is legitimate.

Reviews

  • This book Is Amazing

    5
    By Very creative love it
    It goes in to details about Muhammad life I know some people are going to write bad comments about the book. But there missing the point the book was written to inform us. If Islam is a religion of peace then why do we see so much violence? As Christians I wanted to know what's really going on with this ideology they call Islam. I am happy I bought the book
  • Every American should read!

    5
    By Jzgbay
    I found this very insightful. Being a Christian and not truly understanding the Muslim hate for the west. I wanted to be educated on there faith to see why 1.8 Billion Muslims of which over 300,000.00 million radical Muslims hate nonbelievers. Well after this book I clearly know why they are not a religion of peace and never will. I hope you read this book and like me share it with your friends & Family. This is a hate religion and must not be protected by western laws. Great READ!!
  • Overrated

    1
    By Gordiduk
    The author goes into great speculative detail without giving very many specific details. Not that I doubt the validity of his argument against Mohammad and his cult, however he lost credibility with me when he used the Spanish Inquisition as a similar case against religious murders. His own footnote cites Wikipedia and the figure of 150,000 people was in reference to an estimate of the number of people tried not murdered as this author falsely attributes. I stopped reading the book at that point and feel that I wasted my money buying this book. Fell for the click-bait advertising...