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Unusual and predictable

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Submitted by Vijay (France), Jul 28, 2014 at 16:01

What is unusual about the study is the 'objectivity' with which the author assesses the 'islamicity' of a country. What is predictble is the blame goes on people, not the ideology itself.

On the other hand, this is just a sophisticated version of the double think of muslims and especially Islamists worldwide; Islam (and prophet Mohammad) is perfect , it is just he Muslims (and non-Musims) are imperfect who have made a mess of Islamic countries.

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