Long march of Islam: the future imperfect
Long March Of Islam Is A Reality. The Rising Crescendo Of Jihadi Warriors Warriors Footfalls Can Be Heared Across India And Many Other Countries. Religion-Based Faultline Conflicts Are Growing Globally. These Are Tourbo Driven By The Growing Muslim 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 Would Population. That Could Destablize Many Countries And Regions. Indian Sub-Continent Is Likely To Be One Of The Conflict Zones. An 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 Islam S Long March And Identified The Regions Likely To Be Worst Affected.
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