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Reader comment on item: [Finding Moderate Muslims:] Do you believe in modernity?

Submitted by f shawki (United States), Nov 27, 2003 at 17:38

One of the clerics of Saoudi Arabia said to his followers (the moslems) that the moslems, should pretend to go along with the none beleivers in case they are not strong.. Once the moslems become strong, they should take matters in their own hands.

That means, the moslems could lie to you and pretend they condemn violance and work with you but their hearts are with the violent terrorists and whenever they have any chance to help their bothers, the terrorists, they will do it.

The problem is in the Koran it self because it teach these people that they have to kill the infidales and that they are the best of all the people and they must spread the islam by all means specialy the force.

I do not think of what is happening in Iraq now is just because of the war. I think it is because the american army hired the moslem translators, these people can comunicate with the terrorist againist the american army and we here every day about the death of the americans.

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