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Mr Jamal Khan and the rest!

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Hitler a Christian?

Submitted by rishad dcruz (United Kingdom), Feb 11, 2006 at 08:03

Mr Jamal Khan's views makes a great deal of sense. The situaton is that there are radicals and moderates. A majority are the moderates , but the reason why islam is portrayed as a psycho's relegion is bcoz the radicals are dominant.The moderates are what their name suggests.

In pakistan which is probably the most repressed country barring saudi arabia, the people are fanatics. And remember intelligence is never appreciated amidst idiots. The intelligent man is always convicted. Its intrinsic to our nature to destroy that which we cannot understand.

With the imams advocating death on on hand and virtues on the other, no wonder that the young muslims are confused....The solution to this is education! An educated man will always see right from wrong and no relegion can ntervene in that call of judgement!

if there are any muslims who truly know the quoran and understand it as a peaceful relegion, then he must come forth and save his relegion otherwise its only a matter of time before the islam dies.Its inevitable.desperate measures are being adopted by the radicals.

Islam is on the brink of extinction all because of a bunch of radical muslims...ironic?

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