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Where are the moderate Muslims?

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Submitted by Suzanne Weinstein (Canada), Sep 7, 2010 at 22:37

Why aren't the moderate muslims demanding the Koran by re-written to exclude the passages about the Jews. Are your moderate muslims changing the religion so that non-muslims are not lower class any more? Are they doing away with sharia law? Are they changing the Koran so that a man may not beat his wife, or have four wives? Moderate islam is only a faith for its followers that are not active as yet in following the true teachings of mohamed, who hated the Jews and killed all of them at Kyber.

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