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Nuclear 9/11: the threat posed by the islamic nuke

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Submitted by S. Kalyanaraman (India), Jul 27, 2004 at 19:07

Identifying the enemy is one giant leap. The next major step has to be in understanding the solution to the problem which cannot be won only by military means or support to the state power in islamic societies. State power in these societies is subject to the dictates of the mullahs nurtured by madarasa-s who convey a message of islamism frozen in time. With continued support to such an islamic state power nexus, USA has ended up endangering American security. A good instance is the endorsement by the 9/11 commission of continued support by USA to Pakistan which is the only islamic state with what can be termed the islamic nuke. Both the policy makers of USA and the members of 9/11 commission seem to have no clue on how to cope with this threat, the threat of the islamic nuke. Or at least, they are no taking the people into confidence on this threat which is no less dangerous than the erstwhile threat posed by what was termed, during the cold war era, as the evil empire, Soviet Union's nukes.

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