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Acquired Jihad Syndrome

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Submitted by Syed Kasim (Canada), Dec 17, 2006 at 21:32

Acquired Jihad Syndrome.

This Jihad(Struggle) against the West is done only when the west invades the muslim lands illegally. Every political system wants to control as many people as possible. Islam is also a political ideology. What is problem with this good ideal of any political ideology. If an ideology changes just because of the likes and dislikes of few persons then even secular humanism will change to totalitarian one at the worst scenario.

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