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radical muslim, a redundancy?

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?

Submitted by Jeremy McCann (United States), Jul 21, 2005 at 11:06

Christians, don't hate muslims. Yet. We do however hate the radical ones. The ones who like to cut off heads and hang the charred bodies over bridges. Though it is seeming that more and more the term "radical muslim" is becoming a redundancy. No major muslim groups speak out over the garbage they pull, all the death and destruction. Where are all the great muslim groups, all the leaders. They are nowhere to be found. It is starting to seem that maybe they believe it all should happen. Everyone else is an infidel after all. Every major conflict in this world is caused by radical muslims fighting their neighbors, and it is not all due to the Jews like alot of people claim. You could get rid of all the jews, and the radical muslims would still be acting like that.

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