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2006-03-05 Fifth Column
MEMRI: Editor of US-Arabic News: Religious Extremism is Spreading Among Muslim Youth in the U.S.
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Posted by ed 2006-03-05 16:54|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [283 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

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"It is worth mentioning the dilemma of the American security services that face this dangerous phenomenon... If the security services stay away from the mosques and do not meddle in their affairs, the Muslim community will complain that the security services take no interest in the fate of their children and that they are intentionally allowing religious propagandists to lead the youth astray, confuse their thinking, and ruin their futures... On the other hand, if the security services interfere, the Muslim community will again complain, and will express its opposition to the interference of the American security services in the mosques' affairs, in the work of the propagandists, and in the spreading of Islam, and will condemn the harming of freedom of religion and worship..."


In other words, the situation is as bad -- maybe worse -- as any of us have feared. The Muslim community is not only against outside policing, it is disinterested in policing itself.

An analogy would be the discovery that the youth minister at your church has been preaching Christian Identity crap to the kids; he'd be out on his ass as soon as it was discovered. Similarly, if the police came around asking about it, it wouldn't be met with hostility, but with cooperation and probably investigation by the church members themselves.

And I'll state again: the lack of interest the "moderates" show towards removing/rejecting the extremists makes me wonder how moderate they really are. Or whether they hold the extremists to be "more Muslim" than theirselves...
Posted by Robert Crawford">Robert Crawford  2006-03-05 18:13|| http://www.kloognome.com/]">[http://www.kloognome.com/]  2006-03-05 18:13|| Front Page Top

#2 better keep tabs on muslim "youts".
Posted by Frank G">Frank G  2006-03-05 18:45||   2006-03-05 18:45|| Front Page Top

#3 Suprise meter woulda been good on this one.

Wanna discuss "root causes"?

Lol. How about Islam as the root cause?
Posted by .com 2006-03-05 21:57||   2006-03-05 21:57|| Front Page Top

#4 Big surprise...remember the interviews a few years ago with Muslim teens in NYC on CBS. You know, the ones that identified with suicide bombers in Israel. How fast was that retracted.
Posted by Angineth Glaviper9578 2006-03-05 22:38||   2006-03-05 22:38|| Front Page Top

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