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There's alot more you need to know about Islam

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Submitted by Jailani Bin Saleh (Singapore), Oct 13, 2006 at 21:48

Hi Barbara, I am sure what you meant by fundamentalist Muslims and Muslims at large. To me fundamentalist are people who seek to go back to their basics. Like Muslims who have been living in a secular society but steadfastly clinging on to Islamic values and going back to the fundamentals of the religion to prepare for the next life. Does that make them fundamentalist. I live in an island nation with people of different ethnic and religious backgrounds. Yes we also have Japanese and some Japanese Muslims as well. Just because we are muslims and going back to the basics does that make us good Terrorist material. I think you need to read more on Islam and make your comments based studies than on your skewed view of the religion.

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