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Cultural treaty is required

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Submitted by Amitabh tripathi (India), Aug 30, 2005 at 12:35

It looks like the london bombs proved to be a wake up call to the western world on the emerging threat of Islamic terrorism. From the last years some of European countries started whispering about problem of immigrants but these voices were always treated as nuisance. Holland, Italy, France, Germany were the countries from where some people come out openly with their apprehensions about Islamist goals but mainstream establishment treated them as isolated cases.This phenomenon was very common around the world. Now ultimately the west has realised the gravity of problem and root cause of this problem as well. But still world democracies speak half truths about this problem.
Islamic terrorism is an attack on the culture of humanity as a whole. So it is required to go for a cultural treaty. It will automatically polarise the world between civilized and uncivilized culture.Only by this Islamic militants can be demoralised and their sympathisers will be exposed.
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