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Countering Islam: Most effective means

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in response to reader comment: Where Scholars are Making Big Mistake - Islam's Potential for Change is Zero.

Submitted by Straight_Talk_Luigi (United States), May 1, 2008 at 04:53

Those are all good points, hopefully it won't come to war. That's what the terrorists want, but the situation is complicated because the relationship between places the West, India and China with Islam are complex.

It isn't likely that Islam will be challenging China anytime soon for two reasons:

1) They will then have an "enemy" in front and behind them.

2) China really has made no aggressive posture yet towards the Islamic world, but they are ceaslessly working on relations, for China's interests, of course. You ever notice how Muslims are mum on the discrimination of their brethen in Xianxing? Not a coincidence.

The best way, though is the use of missionaries. The conversion of Muslims to Christ in some of the Lands of Mohammed are startling. This is a recent phenomena, but Asian missionaries report that the harvest is very great.

Even if you're not a Christian, the best thing you can do is to give and help missionaries in Islamic lands. This will help stem the tide of the high birth rates of Muslims.


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