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tracking islam 39—factions vie for control among shiite power seekers

“ Sadr represents an interpretation of Islam that sees humans as so evil they must be strictly controlled by powerful mullahs, such as in Iran, and forced into creating a perfect Islamic nation. In contrast, most Iraqi Shiite leaders see humans as inherently good and capable of running society on their own.”

A succinct summary, recommended reading.

07.04.2004


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