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Submitted by Oliver (United States), Jul 1, 2007 at 13:33

Peter - I do believe that the only good muslem is an ex-muslem - so called moderate muslems are potential bad muslems, should they wake up to the true teachings of islam.

A good muslem comes to an understanding of the true teachings of islam and becomes an ex-muslem.

A bad muslem comes to an understanding of the true teachings of islam and becomes a homicide-bomber.

Although it may well be very dangerous - somehow we must make good muslems of moderate muslems.

God bless

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