Islam and the New World Order

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Akashdeep Publishing House, Jan 1, 1992 - Arab-Israeli conflict - 379 pages
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Does The Influence Of The U.S. Increased In The Muslim World Especially After The Gulf War? In Fact, The Signs Of A Future Geo-Political Realignment On Religious Lines Cannot Be Missed. India, Pakistan, Indonesia, China And Russia Are Likely To Face A Serious Dilemma During The Next Century When Our New Bi-Polar World Emerges. Muslim Populations Need An Understandable Affinity Towards The Islamic Bloc. For Saudi Arabia The Gulf War Was A Double-Edged Sword. Kuwait Is To Fully Implement The Islamic Law. In Jordan The Muslim Brotherhood Emerged As The Largest Single Party In Parliament. China Has Set-Up A Muslim Dominated Trust. The Only Ideology Capable Of Challenging The Politico-Economic Power Of The Modern Western Europe Is Islam. A Majority Of The Islamic Nations Are Bound By A Common Hostility To America, Even Though Some Like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, And Egypt Still Remain Washington S Allies. The Conflict Between The Islamic States And Europe Is Deep-Rooted And Stems From A Historical Conflict Between The Islamic And Christian Civilizations. The Collapse Of The Soviet Union Has Led To Sweeping Changes In Global Alignments As We Move Towards A New World Order, That That May Not Be On President George Bush S Model. Does The West Responsible For Spreading Prejudices And Misunderstanding The Islamic Awakening, The Book Give The Future Of Islam Vs. The West European Nations.

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Islam and the New World Order
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Nationalism
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NeoColonialism
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