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Moderate Muslims?

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Submitted by Kenny (United States), Jul 6, 2007 at 10:41

A moderate Muslim is an oxymoron. Right now, Islam has to be viewed as much as a subservisive ideology as it is a religion with the burden on individual Muslims to prove otherwise. And it follows from this that there has to be severe restrictions on Muslims being allowed to enter America on visas, work permits, or as students. Political correctness notwithstanding, the United States is not obliged to accept any and all comers. We can set the criteria for entry into our country and we need to do it with national security in mind.

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