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Moderate Muslim: Not an Oxymoron

poorgrandchildren.com2 Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 10:46 PM
I say again: Good moderate Muslims in 2013 look a lot like the good moderate whites in Alabama over fifty years ago in the 1960’s. Today’s moderate Muslims support Sharia laws to oppress women and infidels but do not blow up any buildings. We supported “Jim Crow” laws of segregation and discrimination to oppress blacks but did not lynch any of them. Besides, the moderate Muslims have various terrorist groups to do the wet work, and we did too–the KKK, etc.
svirk2 Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:32 AM
Good moderate Americans are the ones who are responsible for the deaths of well over 100,000 innocent Iraqis when their country barbarically attacked Iraq. Good moderate Americans teach each other how torture is fine as long as it is Americans doing the torturing. Good moderate Americans stroke their beards and nod their heads while telling us it is perfectly acceptable to kill 20 or so innocent people with remote controlled robots if it means you also killed 1 or 2 "terrorists" in some backwoods village in a third world country. Good moderate Americans have murdered 55 million of their own unborn since Roe v Wade. Don't point the finger before examining the beam in your own eye.
Bondman60 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:41 PM
Reality check, svirk2: Using human shields means that the deaths of those human shields acrue to the combatants who take shelter among them. That's according to the U.N. and the Geneva Conventions.
Lars Hedegaard is a Danish journalist who has made his name denouncing Islam, which he describes as "a totalitarian system of thought" whose adherents "rape their own children." Last month, someone showed up at his door with a gun and fired a shot that missed him.

It's just what you would expect of those crazy Muslims, isn't it? Except that in the aftermath, Hedegaard found Muslims across Denmark were conspicuously un-crazy. They did not applaud the assailant or excuse his motives. Instead, they condemned the attack and upheld Hedegaard's freedom to preach unhinged bigotry.

One group even rallied in Copenhagen to disavow such...