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Evaluate "Moderate Muslims" by their actions, not their words

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Submitted by David Campbell (United States), Mar 22, 2008 at 16:09

The Qur'an pardons any Muslim who lies to non-Muslims, or makes treaties with them - only to be broken - so long as it advances the agenda of Islamic world domination; the fabled caliphate.

When councils like the OIC, and individual Islamic nations make promises of recognizing and respecting non-Muslim religions, wait until you see tangible deeds to match the words. Wait also to see just how ardent government authorities are in protecting the rights of non-Muslims when "righteously indignant" Muslims rise up and attack non-Muslim churches, temples, etc. Actions always speak louder than empty promises.

Muslims continue to brag about Islam being the "fastest growing religion in the world" while denying the rights of other religions to compete on Islamic soil. Such lopsided contests are always predictable.

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