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It's more than just a Religion

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Submitted by Armqgeddon (United States), Feb 26, 2007 at 23:15

Dear Erik,

Basically I agree with you. however, it looks like the border between Islam as a religion and as a political power is blurred.

Islam also has a reputation of being a patriarchal and authoritarian way of life.

Maybe it is more than just a religion. Maybe there is are also a pool of genes involved in the process, genes desperately trying to signal something to the world....

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