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Too late

Submitted by John Miller, Feb 6, 2010 21:21

"We have seen the enemy and he is us" and that appears to be the case in this instance. How long must the West tolerate institutions set up by usually Saudi cash to radicalize Muslims and turn them into terrorists? I am not one of those people who believe that a moderate strain of Islam exists. If they follow the Koran, then they are duty bound to support jihad. Hairsplitting by Western intellectuals does not diminish the threat to America's security.

 

Exposing Heterodoxy, Affirming Orthodoxy

Submitted by Sunni Muslim, Feb 5, 2010 15:31

Good job exposing their radical ideology. I recommend you investigate two other related groups which share their ideology.

1) The American Open University: http://www.aou.edu/

and

2) The American Interglobal University: http://www.aminuniversity.com/

These groups do not prescribe the normal, orthodox Sunni curiculum which would include classical logic, Arabic grammar, and classical Sufism (tasawwuf). Rather, they prescribe a distorted curriculum which includes ideological tracts by Sayyid Qutb, Salman al-Oudah, and other heterodox "Wahhabi" or "Salafi" Muslims. The difference between the orthodox Sunnis and these Salafis is like the difference between night and day. I think it is important for all commentators, analysts, and policy makers to learn more about the crucial difference between classical orthodox Sunnism and new age Islamist heresy.

 

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