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Submitted by Mohammed Saleem Akhtar (United States), Oct 24, 2005 at 22:57

Iasius, the answer is 'it should concede, otherwise it wouldnt be 'reformed'.. Reformed islam shouldnt be ideal.. it cannot be. Nothing is ideal.

John Bastile, I agree with you.
Again, the idea of reformed islam should only be taken in reference to the majority of muslim arabs who are living in hypocrisy and ignorance. Its a way, an idea to convert the wahabists into a 'form' that is less ideological and more friendly to their neighbours and the rest of the world. As I said earlier, points to ponder...
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