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Some questions are way too bias against a religious person"s right to believe

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Submitted by Daniel, Feb 13, 2017 at 01:26

Some of your suggested questions are too BIAS against religious belief.

ie: a non violent muslim may believe that you can not change the Koran with the changing times.
A non violent Muslim may believe that adultery is wrong and that does not make them dangerous.

You have many questions of the sorts. You may want to consult Theologians and find out what faith and belief are before you reduce religious beliefs to your own critarias. Religion is too personal in this regard.

legal USA legal and constitutional questions.contains enough safe guard in my view.

Plus I would like to say that Trump is not wrong by taking a pause from countries that need better vetting. COMMON SENSE!

Thanks,

Daniel

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Daniel Pipes replies:

I am as concerned with non-violent Islamists as with the violent ones.

I addressed your other points in the article. Look at it again.

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