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It's impossible to distinguish moderate Islam from radical islamism

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Submitted by Nessie (Italy), Sep 2, 2007 at 09:18

In my opinion it's impossible to distinguish moderate Islam from the radical one, because Muslims have "taquiya", that is dissimulation, and very often they pretend to be "moderate" although they are not. We are not obliged to import this kind of immigrants. My thought is quite similar to the one of Oriana Fallaci. Europe is not so wide and so large as USA. So in any case we must stop immigration if we want keep our tradition as well as our habits, way of leaving and values. Above all, this kind of immigration.

With Christian immigrants all is easier. That is the truth. Pym Fortuyn has been murdered by an intolerant leftist. The real racists are the ones that forbid us the freedom of speech about this kind of subject and enforce on us a multi ethnic and multicultural model of society.

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