[Reader-list] BLACK TUESDAY: THE VIEW FROM ISLAMABAD
prosaha at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 17 01:28:10 IST 2001
i am sorry to inform all the innocent people that the world may be round,
but we are not one world. what is the use of fooling ourselves? the "crime
against civilisation" has a long history.
----Original Message Follows----
From: Philip.Pocock at t-online.de (philip pocock)
Reply-To: philip.pocock at t-online.de
To: reader-list at sarai.net
Subject: Re: [Reader-list] BLACK TUESDAY: THE VIEW FROM ISLAMABAD
Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2001 19:39:36 +0200
> Harsh Kapoor wrote:
> > [16 Sept. 2001]
> > BLACK TUESDAY: THE VIEW FROM ISLAMABAD
> > by Pervez Hoodbhoy
> > Samuel Huntington's evil desire for a clash between civilizations may
> > come true after Tuesday's terror attacks.
> philip pocock wrote:
> why build the base for even more false prophecies which will not become
> there is not a clash between civilizations. if you refer to the western
> and the world of islam, they are in no way clashing by false prophets,
> have nothing to do with anything, and only abuse the beauty of ancient
> knowledge to try and achieve exactly what you state above.
> it will not occur. all we can do is be open and not doubt that like the
> is round , we are one world.
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