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Radical & "moderate" in the World of Islam

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Submitted by Y Kurilkah (United States), May 22, 2003 at 02:55

Dear Daniel Pipes:

The difference between moderate and radicals is only in tactics and the time table of reaching the goal.

To understand where they got their ideas it's not enough to read all verses of The Koran. The rest is from Hitler's "Mein Kampf" and the teachings of Lenin, Stalin and programs of The KPSU of the Soviet Union: peaceful and guerilla tactics in struggle vs. The West.

Don't kid yourself and others that the Soviet Union was a secular? Atheistic State. It wasn't in reality. Every person who know it not just from the books, but on their own skin, know it for sure.

Every strict follower of Islam as an ideology of expansion can't be a supporter of peace with infidels (non believers in Islam) based on their teaching, they not honoring any agreement with them if it's not to their advantage.

Sincerely,
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