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Discerning Relevance of Religious Resurgence

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 28, 2021 at 16:42

In the shadows of the Iranian Islamic Regime's march towards what might be called a resurgence of lethal Islamic dominion in these modern times of a post Muslim mentality where former adherents to the Quran are seeking relief in religious freedoms, what can be drawn as a potential conclusion: in spite of potential calls of death for apostate attitudes, as was noted earlier, there is a sense that hope in love has a greater message. There indications this is true; but the times are further revealed as humanity faces deeper concerns of instability in the Middle East in general and in the former Medo-Persian spheres of influences, the attempts of the Iranian Islamic Regime to force proxy hostile intentions abroad with an increase of internal pressures under the reversion to hardline adherence to the Quran, the conflicts are looming in which containment may produce greater concerns as the world watches and wonders; what are they thinking when the last line of defense is thermo-nuclear capabilities at the hands of people with a martyr's complex. Who shall save humanity from that?

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