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Radical Islam or Islam - is there any differece???

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Oct 21, 2008 at 18:15

Rockmelon, you ask: "100% of Muslims support radical Islam. If two lines were formed, one headed by terrorists and the other by Christians, and all Muslims had to stand in one of those lines; where do you think the Muslims would queue?"

As you say the answer is obvious!!!

I think Muslims are already in the queue headed by the radical Islamics. They have always been in that line. There is no difference among Muslims, they all follow the same ideology, and they can never be against any other Muslim - the stupid infidels just love to parse the diffrence when there is none. The 10 to 15% radicals is just the imagination to fool ourselves. Or one can say, at any given time only 10 to 15% will admit to support radical Islam - the rest wil join when it is reqiured.

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