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Necessity is the engine of the changes

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in response to reader comment: Perhaps the civilized world has got to seek a paradigm change.

Submitted by PermReader (Russia), Oct 7, 2013 at 15:43

Believers of any kind perseive with difficulty the practical necessity of the ideology for national survival.But the Osman Muslims and later Arabs in 20th century searched for the European socialism and nationalism as the leading ideology of coexistance with Islam which some authors call just the ideology. Who had been able to imagine the Orthodox illiterate Russia who got the European Utopian extremist communism?

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