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Who are the moderate Moslems?

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Submitted by David Wigdor (Canada), Jul 28, 2004 at 09:16

I've been reading you columns for the past few years and have been influenced and enlightened frequently. Your message is clear: Radical Islam is the problem; moderate Islam is the solution. I agree entirely with this assessment but am troubled by it. Who exactly are the moderate Moslems you keep referring to. I'm not interested in the intelectuals who write objective articles and basiically live in ivory towers. Are there moderate Muslims who are vociferous and who have a substantial and active following?
Thank-you for guidance.
Sincerely David Wigdor
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