Oil and Islamism: Top World Agenda

Yew, Lee Kuan
March 2006
Forbes Asia;3/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p14
The article discusses the impact of the combination of Islamism, oil and weapons of mass destruction on the global community. The history of how this combination came about is stated. The reactions of Muslims about the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb-shaped turban published by a Danish newspaper are cited. Pakistan's President Pervez Musharaff took a stand against al Qaeda as well as other government officials such as Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak.


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