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Whats different about a Moslem....

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Submitted by donvan (United States), Jul 20, 2007 at 14:00

The problem is not "Moslem", the problem is "Islam". It is the ideology of the Moslems that is the issue, not the entire group of human beings that choose to claim the title of "Moslem" Our struggle is not with what individuals chose to call themselves, and you must know that is the case. You must also know that we can only have attitudes based on what we see and experience. We see non reformed Muslims engaged in violence and destruction. While you and your fellow so called "Muslims" may be non violent, the ideology you profess is dangerous and violent, because non reformed Islam cannot coexist with civilized society. So we must advocate for its reformation. This will require that you give up the violent aspects of your Koran, reject the Shiira laws, and forgo Muhammed as the one worthy of immulation, since it is Muhammed that created the ideology in the first place. These few simple sreps may save the destructioon of the ideology of Islam, maybe.

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