Fear the Religious

I have good reason to fear the superstitious and religious. I have been sent to a country to be the wall between two warring religous factions whose only gripe is who held more of the holy sperm, Mohameds son in law or nephew. Mohamed being the man who talked to the imaginary person and wrote down a whole book of misoginistic and racist tirades from the supposedly loving and unvengeful imaginary man in the sky. I dont know about anyone else but I would go with the guy that was less blood related, because some mental disease is hereditary.
So, I have been sent to Iraq to fight a religious civil war between two fanatical religous sects, I have been sent here by an religous zealot who believes his imaginary friend told him to become president and his imaginary friend told him to invade Iraq kicking off this whole religious fiasco. It seems an omnipotent being would have known what was going to happen when you invade a sovereign nation of his religious fanatics.
So I feel my life is every bit endangered by religion as these superstitious idiots try to blow me up because I dont believe in Allah or Yahweh or Jesus or the Flying Spagehetti Monster and the list could go on and on. I should have good reason to believe in god as my life is endangered and within a few hours I roll out the gate down one of the most dangerous roads in the world through the most dangerous city in the world. My life could be taken at any moment by one of their Holy mortar rounds or rockets. That being said...I deny the existence the the god, jesus, mohammed, and especially the holy spirit. It's all a bunch of cooked up mind and people control bullshit that just makes people crazy and endangers my life. The sooner we move to rationality away from religion the better off the world will be.

I am an Atheist in a Foxhole and yes we do exist. War has a way of making you not believe in god. Of course, this is not my case, I have been an atheist since I was 16 (10 years now). If this is a Christian nation then find the brave christian to come take my place.