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anti-islamist muslim ?

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Submitted by Doug Corrigan (United States), Jun 27, 2010 at 08:14

Dr. Pipes

Please explain the thinking of the "anti-islamist Muslim" , as you say; considering that islamism and terror are the true heart of islam, as far as I can determine, how can any Muslim 'not' support islamism ? By the way, I caught you on BBC radio the other day. Good as usual. Thanks for all you do.

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I do not agree that "Islamism and terror are the true heart of Islam." That's simplistic and inaccurate. There are alternate forms of Islam that emphasize different aspects of the religion.

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