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May 8, 2007

Fjordman: 'Do we want an Islamic Reformation?'

The great Fjordman has another essay up at Robert Spencer's place:

When I'm feeling optimistic I sometimes see the Netherlands, a small laconic country not inclined towards the large-scale or the theatrical, as a kind of laboratory on the edge of Europe. Now and then the mixture of dangerous, easily inflammable substances results in a little explosion, but basically the process of ordinary chemical reactions just continues.

I am thinking of the novel 2084 still to be written. Historical developments often come about very abruptly. The question of whether the teaching of Mohammed can coexist peacefully with that of Jesus, the hero of the Gospels, will probably have been answered by then.

Read all of it here ...



Posted by Richard at May 8, 2007 6:24 PM





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