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Reader comment on item: The Clash to End All Clashes?

Submitted by rench (United States), Feb 8, 2006 at 17:27

Thats the problem.Moderates do exsist and are huddled.struggling to gain momentum. But im not betting on moderate Islam to stave of a global crissis.Their efforts are indeed present and vaguely noticable, amongst all the forked tounges of the moderate Arafat types,that the west pushed as moderate. In hopes of staving of the crisis brewing.

The compromises of global policies in the mideast and muslim states are baring the natural outcome. Global policies settled on a compromise of foolish peace plans, Authoratarian rulers, pushing radical Islam as moderate, compared to other radicals, Heretaterie Monarkies, Oil governments, Islamic worker states, Blood line emirates,etc..Now all the Moral illusions are fading. And Radical mouslims want power in all the compromised states. Not to better the sad affairs of the citzenry in those states,But only to leverage them against the global policies now fading so rapidly.

Dont misunderstand my postion here,what im saying is theres a huge mess in the general mideast. Years of policies of good and ill are fading. And to hope some moderates of Islam can stave off the collapse is missing the larger scale. Or i could be a bit exaggerated.Time will tell.

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