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Islamic servitude?

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Submitted by Atle (United States), Aug 1, 2014 at 11:34

The findings of this and similar research suggests:

Islam works best when none of the leaders are Muslim.

Poor population Muslims are significantly more 'Islamic' than rich leadership Muslims, and Islam flourishes best in places like New Zealand, where the leaders are strictly Non-muslim.

It seems wise - for the sake of Islam - for Islam to abdicate all political ambitions, and intentionally seek Dhimmi status under Non-muslim leaders.

In all seriousness, Islam can abdicate any role in government to become a strictly voluntary and non-coercive way of life.

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