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Most non-Islamist Muslims are not anti-Islamists

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Submitted by Arthur Cohn (United States), May 14, 2013 at 00:15

The problem which I see in Dr. Pipes analysis is that most of the non-Islamist Muslems are not strongly against the Islamists. They wouldn't join in , but think that the Islamists are within Islamic teachings in what they do. There is the exception of the Amadi, but most Muslims don't even consider them as Muslims. Most Sufi's just don't want to be bothered.

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