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Islam Is Seeking World Domination

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Submitted by Mike Ramirez (United States), Feb 19, 2006 at 07:52

Dr. Pipes concludes this article with the following statement:
"For everyone's sake, it is important that Muslims begin more successfully to negotiate their path to modernity, not to isolation."

Agreed. However, with all due respect, let us please consider the obvious turn of events whereby the present situation is that Islamic fundamentalism is not so much seeking a path to modernity nor is it really on a path to "isolation." Fundamental Islam is on a path to attain world domination, the long standing goal of Islamic ideology since the seventh-century.

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Mike Ramirez
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