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Submitted by Ldmat (United States), Feb 15, 2009 at 16:19

Please help me. Being muslem is one thing. Being a member of the Islamist faith you need to believe in the koran , all that is in the Koran and what the profhet preaches in total correct? Like being a Christian you have to believe in Jesus .

With the religion of islam there are no gray areas correct. I just want to be sure there are no loopholes. There are no moderate Islamists? If you don't believe totally you are an infidel?

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