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Submitted by steveN (United States), May 21, 2012 at 23:03

If the moderate Muslims do not agree with the actions of these so-called extremists who interpret the Quran literally and strive to do Jihad, then why don't they speak out and loudly denounce them, why is there no reformation movements, Muslims against Islamic violence, Muslim groups who stand for tolerance and inclusion? Muslims who protect gays and women? Muslims against honor killings? Where are they and why do they keep insisting that Islam is a peaceful religion as if no one knows anything?

I enjoyed this discussion with Aayan Hirsi Ali and Douglas Murray who argue this point/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFvklPpGZtA

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