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Response to comment "A little truth on the other side?"

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Submitted by Glyn Carpenter (New Zealand), Nov 2, 2002 at 22:57

Richard Boltuck's comments seem to reflect an honest desire to build bridges to moderate Muslim people, but true peace can only be built on true truth.

Trying to elevate a secondary definition of jihad over what is clearly its primary meaning, and trying to ignore the spirit which has accompanied that primary meaning from the time of Mohammed, will not lead to true peace.
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