“And perhaps that splintering is why Osama bin Laden's fantasy of a restored caliphate — an undivided Muslim empire, organic and hierarchic and centralized — now exerts its appeal (as did the Nasserite and later the Baath Party dream of a single Arab nation in which the old borders would be subsumed by one glorious whole).”
“Now, some dyed-in-the-wool Republicans might blanch at the idea of splintering the national party.”
“You see the left wing kind of splintering in different groups.”
“First, they are "splintering" their traditional supply chains into smaller, nimbler ones better prepared to manage higher levels of complexity.”
“What Susan said above about the definition "splintering" makes sense to me.”
“This mythical "splintering" will happen because apostates always gain notice.”
“The right is going through the same kind of splintering and factionalism that Dems went through for a long time.”
“So why all the bickering about these black guys "splintering" the movement?”
“I believe his assertion to be true that that the "splintering" of the SBC and the BSCNC was driven largely by opposing roles of women in the church.”
“The first is audience splintering, meaning that as we've talked about before, every show is going for a smaller and smaller audience.”
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