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Wasn't Muhammed Taha executed for sedition?

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Submitted by Monty (United Kingdom), Apr 18, 2008 at 14:44

I'm sure I read somewhere that he was, it was back in the 1980s. It doesn't bode well for the establishment of critical thinking. And I don't see any signs of any islamic evolution fast enough, or comprehensive enough, to lift the popular sentiment against muslim settlers here in the western world. In fact, I think the jihadist mentality is rapidly gaining strength among western muslims. In the UK, people are starting to talk openly about halting immigration, and promoting repatriation.

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