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There is no such thing as an extermist Muslim, the religion itself is extreme

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Submitted by col (New Zealand), Jan 19, 2008 at 21:14

Islam can never become a predominantly moderate religion because its basic message is not moderate. The Koran encourages the subjigation of all non Muslims by murder, slavery, rape, terror, or whatever, all is justified against the unbeilever.

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