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Who Radicalized Muslims between 622AD and 1918AD

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Mar 19, 2006 at 01:30

Lets for the sake of discussion agree that the American foreign policy radicalized Muslims. Since America did not become a world power until WW2, we acknowledge that America could not have radicalized Muslims until after WW2.

Since Muslims are responsible for aggression and millions of deaths between 622AD, Muhammad received the revelation of Qur'an and 1918AD, the date that Ottoman (Muslim) Empire was defeated; what nation or nations were responsible for the radical behavior of Muslims during that 1300 year period?
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