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Moderate Muslims

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Submitted by maxine cohen (United States), Mar 14, 2006 at 10:49

Perhaps you are expecting the impossible. Perhaps in today's Muslim world there is no room for moderatation. We hear loud complaints about Islamophobia but where are the voices of Islam that condemn violence? .

I used to think that you were an alarmist, but no longer. The obvious can't be denied. But having acknowledged the danger that Islam in its current guise presents, what can we do about it? They are everywhere and we are sitting ducks.

Maxine Cohen.
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