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What is moderate "Islam"?

Reader comment on item: The Clash to End All Clashes?
in response to reader comment: Time For Moderate Muslims To Take Back Your Faith

Submitted by Janet Ann (Canada), Feb 9, 2006 at 18:08

Anne... there are no such thing as "moderate" Islam. There are Moslems liken to my neighbours who appear to live and work peacefully and ..... are not involved in protests. However, I have learned that the appearance of conforming to mainstream society is just that "the appearance of conforming to mainstream society". Anne, I observed a childrens' Islamic comic book on our neighbour's ten year old son's bedside table when they gave my husband and I a tour of their beautiful home.

It was only revealed to me in these discussions on the Daniel Pipe's forum the contents of that particular comic book. Anne ..... it is horrific. Jews are depicted as snakes, monkeys, spiders, rats, etc. and .... that is only the part. Christianity and other religions are not afforded any tolerance. It must be remembered that there is only one Koran. Either you are a adherence of Islam or you are not .......

Please take the time to read the Islamic comic book that I am referring to.

Respectfully, Janet.

Mohammed's Believe It or Else!
By Aboullah Aziz

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