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Islam vs Islamism! The cameleon!

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Submitted by Steven L (United States), May 13, 2013 at 11:56

There are two types of Muslims. The Islamic one and the non-Islamic one. So who is who considering that one can evolve from one type into the other and vis versa. It seems to me that Islamic, Sharia and Hadiths teaching are used to prime young children who develop intense but contained emotions which can be triggered later whenever needed. In some way similar to penicillin allergy. It is never the first or even second dose that matters but the next one which results in an anaphylactic reaction (shock).

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