Skip to comments.Moderate Muslims are not an oxymoron (barf alert)
Posted on 03/09/2013 11:50:42 PM PST by Olog-hai
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.
Its just what you would expect of those crazy Muslims, isnt 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 Hedegaards freedom to preach unhinged bigotry.
If you hear someone in this country preaching violent resistance to the federal government or law enforcement, its more likely to be a Texas secessionist than a fanatical follower of Islam.
The assumption among Islamophobes is that there is something intrinsically alien and incompatible about the presence of Muslims in free countries. In truth, they are not visibly different from other groups that have arrived with the mindset of the past and found themselves transformed into tolerant, loyal and law-abiding souls who value democracy and liberty.
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There is NO SUCH THING as a “moderate” mudslym.
That is a fairy tale some lib pulled out his butt and breathed life into.
“Moderate Muslim’’? Moderation. If the bloody religion were so ‘’peaceful’’, why the need for ‘’moderation’’? Wouldn’t that make the argument it isn’t peaceful?
"Islam is a religion of peace." Dubya
“Moderate Muslims are not an oxymoron.”
Of course not. They are much more like unicorns and the Easter Bunny.
The Ishtar Bunny is Muslim? Man, gotta look out for exploding eggs now.
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