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Not a longing for the past

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Submitted by SomebodyOutThere (United States), Feb 26, 2006 at 23:19

Muslims do not 'long for an earlier era' in any pointless or simply nostalgic way; they wish to create an organic society---one in which law, custom, and religion are one---and some of them believe that such a thing once existed. I understand this perfectly, as I would like to live in such a society myself. I don't wish to live in the Islamic version, however.
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