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Moderate funding?

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Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Sep 25, 2006 at 09:42

Great statements and great site.

Ezra Ben-Meir, ccommenting below (I think it will be below when this is posted) has an excellent point: why exactly, if Muslims make above average incomes in America, are there no moderate Muslim group to challenge groups like CAIR, who claim to speak for all American Muslims?

It seems to me that either American Muslims are not so moderate or CAIR has intimidated them. This is puzzling: a cheque can be sent in confidence, can't it?

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