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The difference between the Ku Klux Klan and extremist muslims.

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Submitted by Curtis Preston (United Kingdom), Dec 19, 2008 at 11:04

The bible does not state that those who do not follow christianity should be opposed, fought or condemned. The Koran meanwhile states that "infidels" ( those who refuse to accept or believe islam) should be punished by Allah and that they should be fought against by muslim hands. The Ku Klux Klan support white supremacy as their main belief, although most are strong christians, christianity is not the Klan's focus.

Meanwhile any devoted muslim could interprit this chapter from the Koran as a command to deliberately kill all those who are non-islamic. May i also note that the Klan does not attack those outside their own country. It is my final opinion that islam is not a peaceful religion, it is simply concerned with itself and the abolition of anything non-islamic, anyone who reads the Koran and believes it simply is supporting the terrorist attacks of innocent people.

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