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Representations of Islamic Durability and Intensity of Purpose

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 19, 2021 at 18:36

Afghanistan; Afghanistan; as was postulated by this observer going back to more recently in the British experiences of history (one of myriad examples in time), the Brits had their hands (and every other anatomical expressions of exasperation) full of a people that were (and still are) incorrigible to the extreme of not conforming to conventions of any normal societal settings; and even to the extreme that Islam in its post Arabic influences of religious norms that rejected the messages of peace from the Holy Land. Do not be mislead that there is not such connection; it is unmistakable and impervious to the suggestions of moderation.

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