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Moderate Muslim: Oxymoron or A Moderate Muslim Should become a Christian

Reader comment on item: Bolstering Moderate Muslims
in response to reader comment: Good German and a Good Muslim

Submitted by Mr. Shawarma (Canada), Apr 27, 2007 at 07:35

Dr Pipes

If a logical and objectively thinking compassionate muslim who describes himself as a moderate was to review all of the violence and barbarism committed by muslims since Sept 11, 2001, he will see that his co-religionists..., he will renounce his religion out of utter disgust and follow the teachings of Jesus or Judaism or Hinduism or Buddhism.

These are peaceful religions as followed in these times.

But if he becomes a Hindu, do not kiss a woman in public. Ask Richard Gere - he is wanted by an Indian court for smooching. I doubt he will return there. Sorry If I am off topic.

But regarding these moderate or negotiable or soft muslims or even non-followers, the numbers of them are irrelevant. They will never do anything that will put their family in harm's way, apart from advising the local authorities about an explosion or imminent hijacking.

I, and many of your readers, subscribe to the John McCain Method of dealing with this situation.


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