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Islam and the State

Reader comment on item: [Beltway Snipers]: Converts to Violence?

Submitted by Richard Rheiner (United States), Oct 25, 2002 at 22:25

It appears to me that Islam now advocates that the religion and the state are one and the same. Secular states are going to be under fire for years to come until the world realizes the ambitions of Islam and combats those who so violently advocate and implement Islamic supremacy.

The battlefield is global, yet no one has really addressed that this is a fight to the death. With Islam as it exists today, there is no compromise and no accommodation...
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