(CNN) — Europe and the Muslim world seem to be on a collision course that could have major political, economic and ideological ramifications. January 23, 2012, may well come to be remembered as the crucial date when Samuel Huntington’s “clash of civilizations” thesis, which many of us believed discredited beyond repair, was reaffirmed.
Political scientist Huntington wrote in 1993 that cultural divisions preclude a defining global civilization, and the West and the Muslim world would never share the same values.
Last month, Europe took two different actions that nonetheless sent the same message to “Read More”
Chief Editor’s comments: Why do you look at the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?
Some in France are obsessing over the events of 1915, which may or may not have happened. By opening the old wounds, which will not serve humanity in any positive way, they are disregarding Jesus’ advice and forgetting the history of Crusades, Spanish Inquisitions and 18th century Greece, when not a single Muslim was left alive. We have covered these aspects of history in form of documentaries, Ṣaladin: Who taught Europe the Ethics of War and The Crusades: Crescent and the Cross etc. Today, let me link an article here, titled: Trinity and other dogma at the point of sword: Christianity drips with blood! Here is the link:
“Why do you look at the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?” (Matthew 7:3)
It lacks depth and logical argumentation. Probably the solo view point of the writer. All is messed up from political angle and has nothing to worry that due to this there will be religious clash in Europe.
120 parliamentarians of France has challenged the law in constitutional court. They have demand the court to revert the law because its unconstitutional. If the said court do not revert it , presidents signatures will make it a law. It will hurt Turk/Franco relations badly.