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Weak Iran=Weak Muhammad

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Submitted by PT (United States), Jan 18, 2006 at 01:50

The readers who said that Muhammad "modernized" his Islam only when weak are right. Paradoxically, Daniel Pipe's example of Iran's recent "modern" policies only further illustrates that point: Iran too is weak right now with Islamists in power facing rebellion from the subjugated majority. Don't be fooled! Islam will either triumph or be killed but NEVER modernize. It's NOT like other religions. The Pope is right.
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