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Muslim Identity Not Perceived as Problem Within Community

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 26, 2021 at 13:10

In the blown perception of Islamic adherence to the tenets (five pillars), the strict Muslim community does not act as if they have a problem in the world: only those who are threatened have that perception; a remnant response of centuries of Islamic dominance. As long as Islam's societies are operating in that ideological call to life as invaders against the Judeo-Christian realm, there will be the problem. Operate in the rage of empires of the current Iranian Islamic Regime and such issues will rage out of control, the problem of that becoming nuclear beyond any rational course of diplomatic communication. Only as it becomes 'apostate' does it lose its dominance and conciliatory attitudes can be accommodated.

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