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Islamic rate of birth

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Submitted by Prashant, Nov 5, 2017 at 19:31

Dear Dr Pipes,

over and above the issue of migration of North Africans to Italy and, thus, changing the demographics of Italy, is the issue of the Islamic birth/fertility rate all over the world. From Islamic Bangladesh to secular India, to Islamic Pakistan to Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, all the way to the family of rich and educated king of Saudi Arabia, and to many of the Islamic apologists living in America, the Islamic birth rate is well above the sustenance level. Is it intentional or is it due to ignorance?

In this resource starved world, excessive Islamic birth rate is certainly irresponsible. And if it is intentional then it is almost criminal.

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