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Moderate Muslims are unislamic

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:

Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Dec 5, 2006 at 16:02

Who are Good MUslims? Muslims who believe in every word of Koran as truism. In that sense, ALL Jihadis are Good Muslims.

Who are Moderate Muslims? To be a muslim, one must be a Good Muslim. So, the so-called Moderate Muslim is one who believes in Koran and who supports Jihad silently, quietly and stealthily, by being a fifth Columnist.

"Moderate Muslims" cannot speak ill of Jihadis. So, expecting them to eradicate (or even minimize) terrorism is deluding oneself. Don't expect any help from them.

The only way for the West to protect itself is to eliminate immigration of all muslims, get ready to 'deport' muslims en-masse if it becomes necessary; forget about human rights; strip them of their citizenships.

A terrible comment from a person who is an immigrant himself and a member of ACLU!! You can see the frustration I have been undergoing for several years now and not finding any reasonable solution to the problem. Time for being a "Nice Guy" is long past.

Being Moderate and being muslim are contradictions.


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