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Militant Islam

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Submitted by J.Khan (Pakistan), May 8, 2014 at 13:27

The sort of islam and madrasas, which the world experiencing now come into existence after the russian intervention in afghanistan. These madrsas were created by the West and funded by the middle east. The main reason was to counter USSR. War became a business and with the passage of time, it became a big business. This is a new type militant islam, which even the muslims do not like. Looking at all the muslim in the light of this militant islam is not justice. There is a need to search the truth.

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