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Submitted by vic (Canada), Nov 9, 2005 at 21:56

The growing problem of unassimilated minorities has been a part of Europe for decades. When i worked in germany in the very early 1970's one could see what lay in the future. The growing belief in the clash of civilizations has moved form problematical to the here and now. Unless Islam develops a more tolerant position towards other beliefs the military clash will astound them from Rabat to Jakarta. At the same time South America is a future battleground. It's Islamic citizens are already supporting Al-Queda. With the bombings in Argentina and they haved showed their intolerance. If they want war, they will receive their wish
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