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Radical or moderate Islamic Muslims?

Reader comment on item: Combating the Ideology of Radical Islam
in response to reader comment: Moderate Islamists, an Oxymoron

Submitted by Helen (United States), Jun 21, 2008 at 17:29

While we discuss moderate or radical muslims, two academies are operating in Virginia, one in Fairfax, Virginia (a stones throw from Washington, D.C.), and teaching young students intolerance, hatred and their text books teach that it's OK to kill infidels. By Infidels they mean anyone who is not a muslin.

How can that be on American soil? How can we allow youngsters to be taught hatred and intolerance and allow a private school to teach that it is a "duty to kill infidels"?

We now have given terrorists that are in prison the right to be protected and to use our court system (probably with court appointed lawyers that we pay for with our taxes) to seek their freedom.

Try going to a foreign country, break any of their laws, and then ask their assistance in seeking your release from their prison. Are Americans stupid?? Do we think we can negotiate with terrorists?

May God help us all.


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