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Endless conflict?

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Submitted by David Levinson (United States), Jan 17, 2006 at 15:43

I would like to know the Pope's prognostication regarding future relatonships between Islam and others. It would seem to me that if the Pope's interpretation of the Koran were correct, there would be no alternative to endless conflict between Islam and the rest of the world.
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