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Moderates or Mainstream?

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Submitted by Jim Sutter (United States), May 14, 2007 at 22:31

I propose that the millions of Muslims that we have been caling Moderates are really Mainstream Muslims. We know from intelligence agencies that the percentage of extremists is very small (but very dangerous), the vast majority of Muslims do not endorse terrorism or violence.

You can find a listing of thousands upon thousands of Muslim leaders who clearly condemn terrorism, violence, suicide bombings, and armed jihad, at http://facts-not-fear.blogspot.com Let's try dealing in facts and support the Muslims who can end this war.

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