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Yes, we cannot judge a faith by 1% of its believers

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in response to reader comment: I have a lot of Muslim friends and they aren't terrorist. they say that there are bad Muslims out there but most are good

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Oct 28, 2014 at 17:52

Dear Dr Pipes,

Your reader "hi" is quite right. We should not judge a faith by 1% of its followers. But can we all proactively prevent these 1% people from recruiting people all of the world to join their gang. Can the 99% not-bad people also join the effort. If they do there will be no problem.

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