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The Kernal of the Problem

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Submitted by G.Diogenes (Canada), Feb 21, 2007 at 10:02

Paul Goodman is being politically correct because of his constituency.

The kernel of the problem is in the koran and in the hadith for all to see.

islam, moderate or otherwise, is supremist , it must rule

islam cannot allow friendship with the infidel

islam allows dissembling, faking taquyya, breaking of agreements with infidels.

...to tell me someone is muslim is to indicate that he or she is infected with this virus.

being muslim is to accept this...ideology

there is no moderate muslim, only at best an ignorant one, or at worst someone who is trying to fool one.

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