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Radical Muslims?

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Submitted by stanley b (United States), Sep 21, 2012 at 19:01

I would like if we could differentiate between radical Islamists who are Jihadists and plot to kill infidels like the ones who murdered (and possibly violated) the US ambassador and his staff;; and the hordes of Muslims in the streets yelling and burning flags, effigies and holding signs (mostly in English).

The former are Jihadists, the latter are just plain Muslims. Most Muslims would feel right demonstrating in the street as protest against their prophet Muhamed. They are the norm.

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