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Submitted by tired (United States), May 1, 2008 at 17:59

yes, there are extremists. a whole lot of them. watch the news. normal people don't wave signs saying death, beheadings, blah blah to people who don't believe their religion. but it got your attention didn't it? the comments were extreme because what i see is extreme and its not just a few people. just something to draw attention to muslim reactions to people who don't share their belief in islam. there doesn't seem to be a lot of clerics condemning the behavior of the so called few. and yes there are LOTS of wonderful muslims in this world.

have a nice day.

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