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There is no difference between extreme or moderate

Reader comment on item: The Evil Isn't Islam
in response to reader comment: Extremist muslims are active duty. Moderate muslims are the reserve. There is no difference

Submitted by Angel (United States), Nov 4, 2009 at 04:06

You are absolutely right, moderate muslims are not as violent but they believe in the exact same violent teachings and brought up to still follow the same belief even if they are not acting them out, they still believe in the same ideology as extremists only difference being that the radicals actually act it out and defend their teachings. don't be deceived moderate muslims they may come to America or Europe and seemingly adapt to our lifestyle and ways. but this does not mean they forever will now accept us or the way women dress here or that men can be openly homosexual and the many more freedoms that we enjoy, but which will forever remain extreme offenses to muslim belief. Even the Muslim people are taught never to question their god all their beliefs are set in stone so as they multiply the radicals too will increase in numbers and their ugly violent side will come out with protests, and brutal acts of terror against non muslims aka infidels for not strictly following the words and lifestyle of Mohammad. Read the Quran for yourselves even in english translation, take a highlighter and highlight all the acts of punishment that are promoted and ask yourselves what is the point of promoting clear acts of violence, sacrifice, and blood shed.


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