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Can Islam be reformed?

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Submitted by Jon Purizhansky (United States), Nov 8, 2006 at 19:25

Too many people talk about moderate Muslims and the reform of Islam. Are people practicing "reformed Islam" in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kirghizstan or Turkey? Its too rhetorical of a question. What we do know for sure is that the world will be a much calmer place if the system of values in Yemen, Gaza and Sudan paralels the system of values of their brothers-in-faith from Kirghizstan.

Also, the CIA analysts can read 10,000 books about islam, but one just doesn't get it until one has lived in their midst!

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