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Submitted by UMIT SOMER (Turkey), Jan 18, 2011 at 09:45

Dear Mr.Pıpes

I wonder when the USA and the West wıll realıze that SOFT ISLAM as per se does not exıst.

As a matter of fact ıt does not exıst for any hard core relıgıon due to the fact that relıgıons are stıll bound to rules of thousand of years before and no reform can really be executed on those rules as peoples are

convınced they are the rules of the almıghty whıch can not undergo any changes.So usıng the relıgıon weapon ıs extremely dangerous as you can never know when ıt wıll strıke back.

Best regards

Umıt Somer

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