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muslims changing ? ?

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), May 28, 2007 at 00:54

Can radical islam change to good islam ? Maybe, but please I wish to see some info first. I would like to see a large drop in the number of acts of terror , killings and talk of violence. Only after many of the people who are muslim stop preaching hate and anger will we start to think of islam as non violent. When there is freedom in muslim countries. After islamic countries allow freedom of religion and permit one to leave islam freely , with out these people being killed or imprisoned then we may see islam as being good.

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