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Rod Liddle

How moderate are moderate Muslims?

There is an ocean between what British Muslims believe and what the rest of us believe

23 April 2016

9:00 AM

23 April 2016

9:00 AM

‘What’s in the news this week?’ I asked my wife as she browsed the first newspaper we had seen for a whole week, having hitherto been blissfully disconnected from the rest of the country, without phones or the internet.

‘Muslims, largely,’ she replied, flicking from page to page, ‘a bit on in-and-out, but mainly it’s the Muslims.’

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