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Agree with you, Kenny.

Reader comment on item: When Conservatives Argue about Islam
in response to reader comment: Moderate Muslims?

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Jul 7, 2007 at 16:12

I have a clear impression that even those allegedly proven "moderate" Muslims are so b.c THIS part of the Muslims has no power enough to take over. For example: the "Moderate" Muslims in Turkey and their rally.

These Muslims are oppressed and in a summary they are affected in closer manner and matters by their own kind than by others. Yet they think USA, Israel and Jews will be always the Satan and if incinerated their problems will be over.

So here is their plan:

1. They destroy those Muslims that make their life real hell, in other words the only ones that do not let them live (but they do not know that).

2. After taking over the economy, the government and politics they guarantee THEIR Islamic group, declaring their Islamic enemies non Muslims or false Muslims or infidels.

3. They will further the Islamic agenda against human race, in the same way Al Qaeda and Hamass does. Just a matter of time.

A glimpse of that is the fight in between Hamass and Fatah. When Fatah was still in power, despite to the fact that Israel helped them overwhelmingly, they kept on exterminating Jews in the Lebanon war, and all over Israel with homicide bombers.

There is Not such a thing as Moderate Islam...perhaps, a couple of heads such as Arabs for Israel *even though conditionally), and the Abdul palazzi group.....If there was not any disagreement in between Muslims at all, they would all act in "Unisono" "a la" Hamass style.


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