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In defence of JS

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Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Oct 30, 2006 at 18:15

Harrak, how can you blame JS for his attitude? I am sure that there are good Muslims and moderates. But, how do we know which is which?

Being open-minded would mean exposing our societies, western societies to huge threats. Sorry Harrak. In this situation, you have got to generalize about Muslims. I know that you are going to make fun of me, now go ahead.

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