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apostasy? not really

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Submitted by moderate Muslim (United States), Apr 22, 2007 at 11:24

Salman Rushdie was only attacked because he insulted Islam. I do not agree with that still, it is not right to kill someone for that, but it wasnt because he wasnt a Muslim. It was because of "The Satanic Verses", which is, if you read it, actually not that great a book in of itself. They are not Muslims. Once again, Islam is moderate. True Muslims are moderate.

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