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Moderate vs Radical Islamists

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in response to reader comment: We keep waiting for the 85% moderate moderate muslims to speak out against islamism.

Submitted by akt (India), May 17, 2013 at 21:07

In my opinion there is no such divisions as moderate & radical Islamists, as both put their faith in barbaric Quran. Moreover if moderates are against violence & terrorism, how come they are not able to control these so called minority Islamists group as they out-number them .So this concept of moderate & radical Islam is a hoax. Both are hand in glove with each other. Diplomacy will fail as peace is not the language of Islam.The answer lies in militarism as medieval history of Europe is the proof of this.

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