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Submitted by abraham (Israel), Oct 7, 2005 at 12:35

Sir,
you ended your article with the phrase '...and the urgent need to modenize the Islamic religion.'...

As long as the muslim are tribalists, they will not modernize. They can put on make-up. They are now in their middle age. To modernize, denote to pull some 500 years in, at least, one decade. They will not get there never. The so called civilization clash.
I think that they will make something positive for themselves when all the arab oil will finish. Not before. Is there some future to this kind of religion?
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