No matter what the issue, the wisdom in scripture has proved itself many times over, but …..
This ‘wisdom’ – suggestions for living – has now been found to have (previously undisclosed) been found to also have a practical reason, behind it.
But here ‘following’ is just one more issue which deserves sincere examination.
Nicholai Sennels, a Danish psychologist has done extensive research into a little-acknowledged problem of the Muslim communities: the disastrous results of Muslim inbreeding brought about by the marriage of first-cousins.
He also examines the relevant links to terrorism – – – which, as I read it, suggests it is the logical outcome of a mental disorder.
England’s Professor Steve Jones has also done a similar study.
This practice has been prohibited in the Judeo-Christian tradition since the days of Moses, but was sanctioned by Muhammad and has been common now for 50 generations (1,400 years) in the Muslim world.
Sennels’ and Jones’ thesis, … if true, is sure to be inflammatory, yet it seems to possibly explain a lot of unfortunate and disastrous situations. It also seems unlikely to go away in the Muslim world since Muhammad is the ultimate authority / example on all matters, especially on marriage.
They seem to be saying that the Muslim’s almost universal practice of allowing inbreeding may well have done irreversible damage to the Muslim gene pool and has probably impacted its intelligence, sanity and health.
People of faith which follow their religion’s teachings (other than Islam) seem to have missed the most of the many disastrous outcomes warned about. Regarding this claim, … this warning, ….. is there a reason it’s missed the majority who’ve not had a history of this practice?
Surely, it’s obvious how paranoia causes one to distrust and hate others …… I accept that the question now, is how do we handle, ….. or what do we do with this information?
I suggest you “Google” – “Inbreeding in the Muslim Culture”. This, is one of Bing’s links.
This same phenomena exists in other communities as well – Appalachia is an example which is not a religious group, but also shows the same effects as the Muslim community; to me, …. that is verification.