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ISLAMISM ' UNITY

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Submitted by sam (Canada), Oct 30, 2012 at 15:37

Since the beginning of Islam, the followers of Mohammad, the founder, fought amongst each other who was entitled to inherit him. After 1400 the scene has not changed. They are divided but as soon there is a foreign threat even feeble, they unite to a dangerous level.

Having said that, Islamic countries and movements within USA and else where plot to take over the rest of the world and establish their one government. This is why many are called jihadists means those who struggle to achieve this goal.

Now we all aware of the over whelming danger, what are the civilized nations doing about it or will do about it? I am indeed sick and tired of the naive, simple minded leaders of the West who voluntarily avoid confronting the crisis of the day!

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