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China will not be a part of any axis....

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Submitted by CW (United States), Nov 26, 2002 at 09:43

A previous poster claimed that China was an enemy of Christianity and could form an axis with Islamists. I totally disagree. China is dealing with its own problems of Islamic militancy and terrorism in at least one of its western regions. I believe China is more or less against religion in general, keeping with its pseudo-communist philosophy, but which religion is more dangerous to China, as the Chinese gov't would see it? Islam is a political approach as well as a religious approach. One could be Christian without being political. If China had to make the choice, I think it would chose to side with the Christians.
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