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Islam -democracy are not compitable

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Submitted by aumprakashreddy (United States), Mar 1, 2006 at 19:02

Most of the countries named by Amir are either in civil war or just came out the civil war - Nigeria, Lebanon...If we take Malaysia, Bangladesh the minorities(great democracies?) are fleeing the country.IOC membership is 57 countries, and Amir was able to come up with 4 or 5 nations. If we talk about Turkey, it owes a lot to Kemal Ataturk who secularised the nation,the day it dumps kemal ataturk's vision ,the country will be back to chaos(soon).

Harrak i agree with u when u talk about poverty in INDIA, except the reason , the reason is the communists, socilaists who experiment on the common people to provre there theories(Khmer rogue in cambodia, stalin-russia,mao-china) in the process killing millions of people.The Congress party(inflenced by communists,socialists) which ruled India for last Half century destoyed the nation , once Indians dumped them even for a brief period in last 10 years the country made tremondous progress, it wont long before we kick the communists,psedo-secularists,Islamo-apologists out of my motherland. harrak this century belongs to ASIA(China,India) not for middle-east, Europe, America.

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