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Terrorism/regime change

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Submitted by DAVID R. GROESBECK (United States), Jul 18, 2007 at 02:51

Terrorism never successful in effecting regime change? That might need to be qualified. Historically, Islam expanded into areas of dar al Harb by a combination of tactics-razzias(armed force & terrorism)destabilization of victim populations by threats of further violence & large scale in migration of Muslim populations. This sounds very much like what's happening in Western Europe presently. The eminent scholar of Islam, Bat Ye'or, describes this in disturbing detail in her most recent book EURABIA.

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