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Real Terrorist Leaders

Reader comment on item: Arabs Disavow Hizbullah
in response to reader comment: Why religious leadership or Mullahs standing against Islamic Terrorists ????

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Jul 31, 2006 at 11:08

You wrote: "Why religious leadership or Mullahs not standing against Islamic Terrorists ????

Not even a single voice of condemnation from Imam of Mecca Mosque or Azhar Mosque Egypt or Devband in India ??

Because in heart they all support the Jehadi war waged by Hardcore Islamic Terrorists."

Ah therein lies the rub. How can they stand up to the terrorists when they themselves are the real terrorist leaders. Without their incitement against anything non-Muslim every Friday afternoon all over the world, this "religion" might have reformed long time back. There is no hardcore Islamist terrorists as such. All Islam is one and that is what these imams teach their followers.You know its not the political leaders who influence the public opinion in Muslim world. Its these so called religious leaders who wield the real power over Muslim masses. Therefore they are the ones held accountable for their henchman - the field terrorists.


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