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Submitted by infosifter (United States), Mar 23, 2008 at 12:30

Is "moderate", "liberal" Islam a form of "peaceful" jihad? Leading to the same totalitarian,caliphate goal? Living by common denominator religous and secular lobbied civil laws within a free melting pot society, is the best path to prosperity & safety net for many. And most importantly, in honoring God s blessing of free will.

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No, truly moderate Islam is not engaged in a jihad but becomes modern and fits into the world as it is.

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