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minorities are subject to extinction in Islamic countries

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Feb 9, 2014 at 10:21

Dear Dr Pipes,

we may argue all day about the reasons but a simple objective fact is that minorities are subject to extinction in societies where Muslims reach a significant majority. This is true in Indonesia, Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, the entire Arabian peninsula, and north Africa. This is true in today's world and it has been true during the past centuries. Non-muslims should never leave there brethern in Islamic lands as minorities. It is sad but true and it is as simple as that.

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