Long March of Islam: The Future Imperfect

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Manas Publications, Jan 1, 2004 - Islam and politics - 438 pages
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Long march of Islam is a reality. The rising crescendo of Jihadi warriors footfalls can be heard across India and many other countries. Religion-based faultline conflicts are growing globally. These are tourbo driven by the exceptionally high rise in Muslims population, both in Islamic and non-Islamic countries. This book is about tomorrow and the day after - an alert about mankind's future imperfect! By 2025 Muslims will comprise 30 percent of the world population. That could destabilize many countries and regions because Islam is a conquest oriented religion. Indian sub-continent is likely to be one of the conflict zones. As envisioned by Pakistan's idealogue, Allama Iqbal, the Islamists hope to restore the lost grandeur of Islam on the strength of sharply rising numbers and the time-tested strategy of Jihad. The author has analysed Pakistan's role in the long march of Islam and identified the regions likely to be worst affected.

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