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Moderate Muslim: Not an Oxymoron

Robert1824 Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 10:34 PM
There is a group of fanatical Christian extremists in America which is little known otthe general public but which has an appalling amount of silent support among prominent Christians- it's called the Christian Reconstructionist movement, and it is determined to turn America into a fascist theocratic totalitarian police state where homosexuals would be executed, as well as adulterers and anyone who commits "blasphemy etc. They want a literal enforcement of the Bible. Are these crazies typical of ALL Christians in America ?No, and most Muslims are not this kind of madmen either.
Bondman60 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:43 PM
Robert: If those radical Christians were setting policy for all Christians in America, your comparison would be valid. They are not, unlike the Wahhabi Muslim leaders who promote jihad in some form in 80% of the mosques in the U.S. That difference is crucial.
JFK Democrat Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 7:00 AM
Genius,
Are there anywhere near 10,000,000 Christian Recontructionists?
Of the few that exist, are they supported by hundreds of billions of oil dollars?
Robert1824 Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 12:17 PM
No. I'm just trying to point out that these wacko fanatical Recontructionists do not represent Christians as a whole, any more than a minority of fanatical Islamic terrorists represent Muslims as a whole. You missed my point altogether .
And yes, the Dominionists and Reconstructionists do have a lot of shadowy background support -that's something to be worried about .
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...