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Islamism and the Koran

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Submitted by Mark D (United States), Aug 5, 2011 at 11:18

===I have not changed since 2007. Then and now I distinguish between the barbarism of Islamism & the deep problems of contemporary Muslims on the one hand and the possibility of Islam moderating and modernizing on the other.===

Yes, it's not cut and dried, but I believe most people here believe Islamism is the true Islam because it looks like Islamist's actions are more line with what the Koran says.

Mark D.

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