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Implementing the Islamic Ideology

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Submitted by Terry (United States), Nov 19, 2002 at 09:57

Actually the ideology in question is an intregal part of Islam. The real question is how is that idealogy implemented.

...The so called 'Islamic Militants' (About 10%-15% of Muslims) want the change now, in a dramatic way by destroying perceived enemies of Islam. The more effective and less violent method is for Islam to slowly become a majority in a country and then start implementing Islamic laws when that majority is reached. Then, once Islam is in control, they can start dealing with those who do not want to convert to Islam. Those living is Muslim controlled countries know what this is like.
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