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what is the defination of radicals moderate and liberal muslims?

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Submitted by syed mohammad ali (India), Jul 16, 2007 at 13:05

as far as i know there is nothing like radical moderate or liberal as a muslim ....muslims are muslims .....read it carefully muslims are muslims .......when moderate or radical thinks that you are treating or hostile to their religion they will turned against you with no question at all liberal ..i dont understand ....so shall we take them as an athiest, sorry mr pipes, athiest or liberal cant represents islam because they are without religion.... as we know that you are afraid of islamic system yet you people kill millions for your belief of democrazy ... whether it is in iraq afghanistan or else where now who is terrorist you people are fanatics as well (streetwhispers.com)

A kids' terror in the middle of the night, as U.S. troops hold guns around her after raiding her house....655000 thousands iraqi's are killed for your democrazy and same numbers of afghans are killed for your democrazy ...i dont why do we believe in the system which you believe why we ....have a free market and liberal democrazy .......why our women not wear burqa why our children didnt study in madarsas....why we have american way of life ......and why we fight islamists, our own brothers, because you didnt like them ,....ok we dont like israeli's occupation against palestine .....do you go and liberate palestine with east jerusalem as its capital and all border prior to 1967 ....can you?


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