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Submitted by donvan (United States), May 18, 2007 at 12:06

would be helpful. Muhammedians can never be "Moderate" Muhammed was not "Moderate" and it is he that the Muhammedians of all sects see as their example. The most devout followers of Jesus Christ are forbidden to do violence in his name. Muhammed encourages violence and killing and death, in fact requires the taking of human life to expand the cult he started.

As in Pakistan,Saudi Arabia, Iran, on and on the Jews and Christians are under constant threat and intimidation by the Moslem Muhammedian thuggs that act out the commandments of Muhammed to "slay them " ",kill them", "behead them". For Christians, Jews,infidels, there are no moderate Moslems , only vile and violent thuggs, incapable of self governence, dedicated to the subjugation and intimidation of women and who follow the teachings of a demented merchant with a manic-depressive disorder that produced paranoia, mania,and psychotic episodes. Emulating an insane person is unlikely to lead to a rational, moderate religion.

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