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True Islam Does not Strive for a Benign Version of Itself; It Does Not Have Enough Patience

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 7, 2016 at 15:37

So reviewing these things enough to finally make an observation was an effort that required to observe some of the new factiousness that is still resultant from the Islamically friendly entreaties that resulted from the American Administrative Candidate's campaign invective that he would, indeed, make face time with the Iranian regime in order to capitulate and give in to their demands of 'nuclear parity.' The Cairo 2009 speech was the initiating dialogue that consummated the Iran deal, but also noted for giving the 'extremists' of Islam carte blanche for the uprisings, much of which are still festering.

That being said, benign Islamism will not be a time of remembering meaningful dialogue meant for peace; but just the opposite will be catalogued for the students of the future. To the point, Islam, long in a series of chapters on the turbulent histories of several societies, has yet to abate itself in its march for the ummah and caliphate the perpetrators strive for; sometimes not within in their lifetimes, but with the terminations of so many lives that are the hallmark of most of Islam effects on history.

This latest resurgence from Cairo 2009 will be the proof that what they had hoped to achieve in these modern times they will find is inconsistent with any long term assimilation of future history. Ask how the Ottomans already proved that and Erdoǧan still tries to do the same thing in the face of ISIL.

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