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    "Only through unrelenting support of moderates within the Muslim community and promoting interfaith dialogue can European governments defeat the fundamentalist extreme Islam," Rabbi Dunner said. Well he is wrong. Moderate Moslems (including my Moslem friends) do not need minarets to pray in mosques. The minarets in Europe just don't fit in the European landscape and culture, even the tolerant culture. The Rabbi is wrong , fundamentalists are religious nutcases hell bent on conquest of Europe. The minarets would be another nail in the coffin. Moderate Moslems don't need minarets. And how about building one Church in Saudia for every 100 mosques in Europe ? That would make plenty of Churches , even without bell towers. Support moderate Moslems , Yes. In the Rabbi's way, NO.

    from the article: Swiss Muslims gain support from unexpected source - rabbis
    First published 20:24 03.12.09 | Last updated 22:46 03.12.09
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