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Reader comment on item: Identifying Moderate Muslims

Submitted by James W. Dobbs (United States), Nov 25, 2004 at 10:19

This effort to try and identify so-called good or moderate Muslims amongst the bad Muslims or Islamists is futile and misleading. According to my dictionary, Muslims or Moslems are believers in or adherents of Islam. It would be like the Allies trying to separate the good Nazis--the ones not directly involved with killing Jews-- from the bad Nazis--the ones who taunted, beat, confiscated property, arrested, deported, interned, tortured, and finally murdered 6 million European Jews during WW II. ...
Accessories, before and after the fact, are just as guilty as the actual perpetrators.
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