November 17, 2023

The Religion of Peace

Bob Clasen

The exact number of Muslims who died in wars with other Muslims in the 20th century is difficult to ascertain accurately. There were numerous conflicts and wars throughout the century in various parts of the Muslim world, and the casualties varied greatly. These conflicts included the Iran-Iraq War, the Afghan Civil War, the Algerian War of Independence, and numerous other regional conflicts.

The Iran-Iraq War, which lasted from 1980 to 1988, resulted in a significant number of casualties on both sides, many of whom were Muslim. The exact number of Muslim casualties in this war is estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands, with some sources putting the figure as high as one million.

The Afghan Civil War, which began in the late 1970s and continued into the 1990s, also resulted in a large number of Muslim casualties. The conflict involved various factions, including mujahideen groups, government forces, and later the Taliban, and the total number of casualties is estimated to be in the millions.

Additionally, the Lebanese Civil War, which lasted from 1975 to 1990, saw significant loss of life among the Muslim population in Lebanon. The war involved various sectarian factions, including Muslim groups such as the Sunnis, Shias, and Druze, and the total number of casualties is estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands.

It's important to note that these are just a few examples, and there were numerous other conflicts and wars involving Muslim populations throughout the 20th century, including the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

While it's difficult to provide an exact figure for the total number of Muslim casualties in wars with other Muslims in the 20th century, it's clear that millions of Muslims lost their lives in these conflicts. The human cost of these wars has been immense, and the impact on Muslim communities and societies has been profound.

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1 If it weren't such a vulgar expression, I'd be inclined to say that the real expression is "The Religion of Piss." Of course, everybody would immediately pounce upon me and revile me...

Posted by: Dana Mathewson at November 18, 2023 12:55 AM (aL7f6)

2 Dana,since we've gone there I am always tempted to put "Pee be upon him" after discussion about Obama (the closeted Muslim). That is, of course, a play on "peace be upon him".

But civility forbade me from saying it. I guess it's out now though.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at November 18, 2023 09:16 AM (RWomR)

3 Ah, yes; when we're discussing Hussein Oblablah, we should always add the honorific, as you have. Too many of us forget to do so. We can be gentle (Peas be upon him) or let him have it with both barrels as we really want to. Not, unfortunately, that any of it will do any good (sob).

Posted by: Dana Mathewson at November 20, 2023 11:12 PM (P/t0H)

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