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Observing Contrasts of Medieval Influences Affecting Modern Societies

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 22, 2021 at 17:36

If there is one place one may take on observing why migrations of Muslims from former Ottoman holdings and merging into Eastern European societal settings, this tome may provide some internal references as it is known the Islamic invasion of Europe proved too much for Muslims who fnally found a match in not being able to overcome Europe in total. A paradox can be observed here: is this not the same conundrum the Uyghurs face in China? Does this not present certain evidences that Islam does not have all the answers of life?

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