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Mustafa Akyol: The Forgotten Liberalism Within Islam
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Today, in most minds, the words “liberalism” and “Islam” can come together only to form an oxymoron. However, this was not the case a century ago. The Islamic world was still much less open and democratic then the West, but most intellectuals and statesmen of that world were self-declared liberals.

Qasim Rashid: Will the Real Moderate Muslims Please Stand Up?
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The crisis in Egypt has re-ignited the debate of whether moderate Islam is a reality or just a show. Political and religious dissatisfaction, especially in the Third World, demonstrate the need for a new leadership philosophy.

Rob Asghar: The Moderate Muslim Contribution and Solution to Islamophobia in America
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Juan Williams has become a victim of the crossfire of a war within Islam, a war among extremists and moderates that is not going well right now for the latter group.

Pamela Geller, in Her Own Words
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The following are excerpts from an interview with Pamela Geller, a conservative blogger who has been vocal in opposition to the Islamic center and mosque to be built near ground zero. Anne Barnard and Alan Feuer interviewed Ms. Geller on Sept. 28, 2010.