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Islam vs Islamism

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Submitted by JayelleFarmer (Morocco), Sep 7, 2010 at 13:13

>As I often note, radical Islam is the problem and moderate Islam is the solution.

Very well put. >Once this lesson is learned, the new energy brings the defeat of Islamism dimly into sight. Is it possible please that we can have an essay that expounds the in-depth differences between the two? In view of the current spotlight on New York, I am sure that many people would like to make a detailed comparison of the two. I also feel the need right now to brush-up on this important subject

. Jayelle

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I have written very often on this topic. For one analysis, see http://www.danielpipes.org/366/islam-and-islamism-faith-and-ideology.

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