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A Muslim will only be considered Moderate if he will support ..............

Reader comment on item: A Million Moderate Muslims on the March
in response to reader comment: Turkey: The wrong place to look for the Moderates

Submitted by Jeorji (India), May 9, 2007 at 00:13

Will these moderate muslims support ,

1) Building of Churches & Synagogues in Saudi Arabia

2) Israel's right to exist as Jewish Majority Independent State with Jerusalem as its eternal capital

3) Death Penalty to Jehadis and their supporters

4) Removal of violent verses from Koran

5) Sale of the salman rushdie's famous book " Satanic Verses" in muslim countries.

6) entry of non muslims into mecca / medina

7) halt to Funding of Islamist Activities

8) Banning of all islamic charities engaged in financing Terrorism.

9) Halt to incitement of all hate speeches in friday sermons in mosques around the world.

10) Complete ban on Islamic religious education and closure of all madrassas.

If any muslim agrees to all these issues and shows its support not only in words but also in action , he may be considered moderate for the time being and will be monitored to check whether he really means it or he is just using Islamic Technique of " Taqiya" to fool all gullible non muslims.


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