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We can't do everything -- we should do what we really can do

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Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Sep 11, 2006 at 04:16

You mean take a Bible and write Holly Koran on the front page, heh?

That sure won't do. And it is not our problem in the first place. We can say that Islamic laws are unacceptable et ban the whole thing until it has been fixed. We definitely can. But we shouldn't mix in the process of reform -- that is Muslims' job. All we can do to help here is to eliminate the extremist Muslims who get in the way of that reform. That we definitely can, too. And should do, too.

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