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Numbers do matter

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Submitted by Akbar (United States), Oct 3, 2006 at 09:39

Numbers due matter because Christian nations are currently ruling the world and it is the religion of favor for the rulers of the world. So quite naturally third world countries and the poor should be more tempted to convert to it so they could improve their economic status. Islam is under relentless attack and does not show any positive signs any where you look. So under this one would suspect that Islam should not be growing, but this is further from the case. The religion of the sword is actually spreading in rich Christian nations faster than in third world countries! Wow! This is happening even without some Arabs riding horses in the West with a sword making people convert to Islam.

So if Islam can grow at a time when it is not at it's Zenith, then what is going to happen when it return to it's zenith. So while the disbelievers continue to state lies about Islam being spreaded by the sword reality points to the truth. If you are a Christian there should be some concern about the state of your religion.

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