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The KKK analogy

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Submitted by Ethylred Smith (United States), Jun 1, 2004 at 11:45

I believe that the analogy is only partially valid. The KKK might be able to go about "peddling their peculiar brand of Christianity" , but they could not point to saying or doings by Jesus to support lynching Blacks or hating Jews. In other words, there would be no scriptural support for KKK activities that would be analogous to that of the Wahhabis and their use of the Quran and the Hadith.
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