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Only trustworthy are "Ex-Muslims", not "Moderate Muslims"

Reader comment on item: Recruiting Soldiers Against Radical Islam
in response to reader comment: Is the Problem Islam or is it Radical Islam

Submitted by M.A. (United States), Apr 3, 2007 at 13:57

Like one of the above writers Matt wrote, Radical muslims are warriors and all other muslims are supporters.

Fjordman, one of Europes's Islam expert writes in Brussells Journal

"The relationship between radicals and so-called moderates is a lot closer than we would like to think. At best, they share the goals of establishing sharia around the world, and differ only over the means to achieve this goal. At worst, they are allies in a good cop, bad cop game to extort concession after concession from the infidels.

"The most civilized thing we can do in order to save ourselves as a civilization, but also to limit the loss of life among both Muslims and non-Muslims in what increasingly looks like a world war, is for Westerners and indeed non-Muslims in general to implement a policy of containment of the Islamic world, as suggested by Mr. Fitzgerald of Jihad Watch. This includes completely stopping Muslim immigration, but also by making our countries Islam-unfriendly, thus presenting the Muslims already here between the options of adapting to our societies or leaving if they desire sharia law. Even whispering about Jihad should be grounds for expulsion and revoking citizenship".
"The undeniable truth is that the only trustworthy muslims are ex-muslims, not moderate muslims whom Quran and the sharia wants beheaded for obivious reasons. Talk of trusting moderate muslims is either political correctness or shear ignorance"..


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