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Lands that were at any time considered Muslim lands

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Submitted by sara (United States), Mar 26, 2012 at 19:00

While you yourself maybe enlightened, there are many many more Muslims who would not agree, and in fact might get quite irate with you for saying such a thing. If you ask around, you will find a popular refrain of the lands they consider to be Muslim that must be 'won' back. They always include Kashmir, Chechnya, Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Andalusia etc etc. I have read countless emails on this site alone spouting off the 'list' of lands that are to be fought for.

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