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Is non-violence hopeless

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Submitted by William Sumner Scott, J.D. (United States), May 9, 2006 at 16:36

My position is we either separate Islam from Middle Eastern governments or get out. To separate would require more violence than we have used thus far. A tough approach, but I see nothing in Dr. Pipes article or the responses that provide any other viable solution, except wait for them to gain enough strength to get us.

Bill

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