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Islam Needs Debunking For Peace

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Submitted by Dave (United States), May 16, 2012 at 18:02

The only way to have true peace in the Middle East is for the people who form the great majority, the Muslims, to establish an atmosphere of acceptance in the region. That would lessen sectarian conflicts and open up borders, facilitating trade and partnerships.

Based on the current Islamic ethos, however, that is probably impossible. The qualities cited in Dr. Pipes' article make that clear. The only way forward is to start the laborious task of dismantling Islam itself.

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