In Pakistan, political Islamism and Muslim fundamentalism will continue to invade the everyday discourse of ordinary folk.
Yet the ostensibly non-violent versions of Islamism are patronized as antidotes to Al Qaeda and violent extremism.
We can compare between those pictures and see what happened to Egyptian women, how they are now oppressed by Islamism.
While Islamism is hardly mentioned, a full chapter is devoted to the psychological stress that afflicts all Army doctors.
My column for the National Post reflects on President Obama's decision to embrace political Islamism.
Here some one might object that this is a wretched happiness, because their religion is Mohammedanism or Islamism.
The national spirit was dead, and the entire population had embraced Islamism.
The mother and her three children now changed their creed for that of Islamism, and took Mahommedan names.
What Mussulman can refuse to march against them, and avenge the glory of Islamism?'
It remains to be seen what the infused civilization of Christianity and Islamism will effect among these benighted nations.