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Can Islam Be Reformed?

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Submitted by Mike Ramirez (United States), May 19, 2021 at 15:29

Dr. Pipes,
As Carl A Golberg pointed out, advocates of Muslim Reform convey a sense of "false hope" to non-Muslims around the world which prevents them from uniting in defense against the clear and present danger of the Islamic threat to Western Civilization. This wishful line of thinking clearly gives advantage to an Enemy Threat Doctrine that has vowed to destroy America from within and even through the "helping hands" of those who readily give Islam the benefit of the doubt.
Please reference the Muslim Brotherhood's Explanatory Memorandum presented as evidence in the 2008 Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development Trial; the largest terrorism-related case ever tried in the United States: (U.S. Dist. Court, Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division)
4 - Understanding the Role of the Muslim Brother in North America
(Page 21 in the sequentially-numbered order of document pages)
http://www.investigativeproject.org/documents/misc/20.pdf

Additional info: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2008/10/07/fbi-cair-is-a-front-group-and-holy-land-foundation-tapped-hamas-clerics-for-fundraisers/

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