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Moderate Islam is more deadly ( Dr. Habira)

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Submitted by Abdullah A. (United States), Sep 16, 2005 at 14:21

I beg to differ from the point of view of Dr Pipes and some other writers that the moderate islam is helpful in the fight against islamic terrorism. I fully agree with Dr. Habira, an ex-muslim scholar of islam with his opinion and I quote him from an interview with Dr Ali Sina (faithfreedom.org)

"The fact, that the vast majority of the so-called moderate Muslims denounce the reformists, shows that they are not willing even to take the first step to reducing violence. Moderate Islam has never agreed to reform the Qur'an and anyone who tries to do so is branded and persecuted as an apostate by the very common Muslims. The so-called moderate Muslims leave the violent basis of Islam unchallenged for the terrorist to implement, while they present the ritualistic side to the world and thereby deceive it. Moderate Islam is more deadly because while the terrorists are clear enemies, the moderates make inroads into `infidel' lands, and deceive the host cultures until the terrorists could do the dirty work. Without the moderate Islamic fa├žade, the terrorists cannot survive because they will be quickly exposed. History is replete with example after example of this typically Muslim deceitful strategy of advance".

And that is the sad truth. Sooner the western civilization realizes it better it is.
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