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Moderate Muslims vs. Islamists

Reader comment on item: A Muslim reformation?

Submitted by Bob Born (United States), Oct 5, 2003 at 21:17

How does one determine who the moderate is? When a Muslim applies for membership in an inter-faith group, how may we be sure that by taking him/her in, we're not harboring someone from the enemy camp? It is essential that we bring those moderates into our groups to ensure a friendly discourse.

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