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Just what does this person know about Islam?

Reader comment on item: Islam's Future [Can Be Modern]
in response to reader comment: Turkish Muslims are an aberration. Wahabbism is the norm.

Submitted by Faisal (India), Nov 6, 2006 at 09:58

The most obvious thing about this is that it's just blind anti-Muslim rambling. (you know that Wahhabism is an attempt to get back to the true basics of Mohammed's vision on what Islam should be? Wahhabis are trying to bring back old time blood and guts, 'surrender or die,' Islamic fundamentalism that killed tens of millions of peaceful Buddists during the 10th thru 13th Centuries.)

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