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Arab tribalism

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Submitted by mark goldberg (Kenya), Jan 28, 2008 at 04:01

It is not just arabs who are tribal: all communities in the world have that tribal sensibility.

You stay tribal communities stay undeveloped because concepts like strategic planning dont get through: please explain further: you just stated without going into details.

You also compared islam to communism as far it has the "seeds of tyranny" : what do you mean and i dont see how that connects to the previous point you made.

You appear to me to be express random thoughts without connecting them logically.

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