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Sumner entitled (Mesopotamian Beliefs are a Need and an Instinct)

On Sunday, 4/16/2032, the College of Archeology – University of Kufa organized a seminar entitled (Rafidian beliefs are a need and an instinct). Dr. Hussein Aliwi Abd al-Hussein, a lecturer in our college, lectured at the seminar, where religion occupied a wide space in human thought since ancient times. The religious motives were directed to human behavior in Mesopotamia to satisfy the needs and instincts of the Mesopotamian human being, and those needs and instincts were represented (hunger, thirst, fatigue, sex, disease, fear, pain, and death).

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