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Islamic Commerce Not Confined to Caravans Anymore

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jan 3, 2022 at 10:24

If there is a sense that Dr, PIpes contention that Islam needs to be moderated away from its more tragic mentality as is found now modelled in a reinvigorated terroristc Afghanistan, this 20th century transition to a capitalistc social trend might jave provided a means; but then again, there is Afghanistan still trying to enter the twentieth century along with the others who have not yet adopted an attitude that world wide domination does not a peaceful society make and no amount of money will buy that.

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