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"moderate Muslims are 50% Wahabi"

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in response to reader comment: Where are the moderate Muslim leaders?

Submitted by bulhit (Indonesia), Feb 17, 2012 at 21:07

@Mr McCarthy and dear Gentlemen, Moderate Muslim Leaders are afraid to the Arabic Muslims which are Wahabbis- a Saudi supported sect of Islam.; Moderate muslims are in a "state of confused by them selves"; Why? Because they enjoy the privilege of being muslims with their rights and self- interest of being in the high-rank of citizens ; As a result they let go whatever the Radical muslims do. So we can say that Moderate moslems Leaders are 50% Wahabbi.

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