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Islam is 'arab imperialism'

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Submitted by Khan (United States), Jul 27, 2005 at 16:51

This is to comment on the article "Islam is arabisation". The best essay written on this topic is by ex muslim scholar Anwar Shaikh (islamreview.org). He wrote several excellent books to expose islam right after the Rushdie fatwa. He published them himself since after the murder of some of the publishers and translators of Rusdie's 'Satanic Verses" by islamists, all publishers were running scared. He lives in England.
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