Decline of Muslim States and Societies: The Real Root Causes and What Can Be Done Next

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Xlibris, May 1, 2008 - History - 474 pages
Any discussion about Islam these days bring about deep passions, both overt and latent. On both sides of the divide, the main common factor is that of fear. Apparently, this antagonism is between unequals. One side claims technological and material prowess within a civilized society while the other claims righteousness of their cause and the spirit of their faith. All this has given rise to the phenomenon of ?global heating? that has elevated the global temperature in terms of fear, intolerance, terrorism, and open warfare.

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