• David

    Skepticism is my mantra when it comes to the death cult.

    • I have met some of those involved they are sincere.

      • Gaian

        Sincere about what? Unless the renounce islam completely they are complicit in its atrocities.

        • Tom Quiggin

          Have you renounced Christianity and attacked the Nordic race because of Anders Breivik???? Thought not….

          • Sweet_binky

            I have. A long time ago.

          • moraywatson

            Christianity is neither a race, nor a political system. What is your point?

          • Frances

            Anders Breivik was not a practicing Christian. His manifesto said he admired the moral aspects of Christianity, but no more.

      • WalterBannon

        sincere about propaganda and lies

        don’t be a sucker

      • moraywatson

        I have met some of those involved, they are narcissists.

      • DD_Austin

        They are dupes
        and are trying to make us dupes as well with their crap

        You can’t be a little bit pregnant
        There were no nice nazis
        There are no nice muslims

      • mobuyus

        The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

      • occupant 9

        Muslims carry Islam and there is only one Islam and Allah is the greatest deceiver.

        • Seneca III

          My response is “Just shut up, ‘Canadian Voice’. Do me a favour and depart fornicating, will you?
          I’ve simply had had enough of this Taquiyya shit. And if you piss me off any more I will rephrase that sentiment in two, one syllable words. That is all.

        • moraywatson

          The Mission Statement on their website regurgitates the lie that islam means “peace”, when of course it means “submission”. Deception indeed.

      • Blind Druid

        “The peaceful majority are irrelevant” In case you miss it Cat, this is worth the time to watch..


      • G

        I think they are probably sincere but whether they have any authority or numbers or not are the important questions.

        count me as Skeptical but hopeful I guess.

      • luna

        Just looking at some articles from MFT VP, he does seem sincere. But he’s MINO, he doesn’t represent the ummah.

      • Blacksmith

        I wish them well and complete success, I do however have my doubts. Islamist have proven to me in the past they cannot be trusted, it is going to take a whole lot for me to be convinced they are truly sincere and can be trusted not to revert.

      • How many are they, I wonder? Half a dozen? A few hundreds? What proportion, statistically. How representative are they of opinion in the Muslim communities? Do they have any power in these communities?

        • Few who will go public unfortunately. They are subject to threats and ostracism, declared apostates etc.

    • Alex

      Skepticism is prudent here, to be sure, but until they prove themselves untrustworthy, isn’t in everyone’s best interest (including non-muslims’) to support them in this?

      • mobuyus

        Sort of.

      • k1992

        That all sounds reasonable, if we’re dealing with normal, trustworthy people. But we’re not: it’s Muslims. You can’t relax our guard with these people, even for a moment.

      • Seneca III


    • k1962

      I’d give them the benefit of the doubt. I looked them up in their about section. They appear to have some Jewish members as well. I bet the number of members of these organizations who signed this ad are small, but at least some reasonable Muslims appear to exits.

  • Doug Kursk

    That’s nice.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Their first Peace March…

  • lolwut?

    A mall near me has a “Learn about Islam” ad appearing on their pixel board on the main entrance, just noticed it a couple days I’ll find out what the web address is next time I see it and take a photo.

    Probably the usual, Islam is a religion of peace bullshit.

    • occupant 9

      One wonders if they’d also run a ad about the beauty of other faith ideas? Maybe the one that founded the nation?

      • lolwut?

        Who knows, it’s a Chinese owned mall thats struggling, so they’d probably take cash from the Klan, lol

  • Gaian

    No islamic wrote this. It’s a propaganda tool to promote acceptance of an evil ideology of brutality and perversion.

    • El Martyachi
    • Sparrow

      Islam is Islam, a complete way of life.
      Mohammed is its prophet and his behaviour is the template. He is their example to follow.
      So, then are these people rejecting the basic tenets of their deen? I doubt it.

      • luna

        They are either ignorant of Islam or assume we are.

  • Millie_Woods

    US State Department: don’t call it Islam. It’s terrorism, it’s extremism, it’s home grown radicals, it’s man-caused disasters.

    Muslims: it’s radical Islam.

  • WalterBannon

    They want stronger initiatives?

    OK how about this one – DEPORT ALL MUSLIMS. BAN ISLAM

  • moraywatson

    We denounce totalitarianism. We denounce the quran. We denounce the actions of our prophette who initiated the plague that is islam. We admit that there is no benefit to the existence of islam in freedom loving societies save and except to act as a reminder of how much individual freedoms are to be cherished.

    Waiting. Still waiting.

  • Achmed

    There is no “radical” Islam.
    There is no “moderate” Islam.
    There is only Islam.

  • Speaksvolumes

    Too little. Too late.

  • Everyone Else

    if unsuccessful they’ll be left alone
    if successful they’ll be taken over

  • Dana Garcia

    How many times have we been pointed toward “moderate” muslims and found they were choppers in suits?

    And say some are sincere — there’s no guarantee their kids won’t succumb to mosque propaganda and go jihad. Muslims are potential time bombs that may or may not go off.

    “Moderates” should return to dar al-Islam and preach civilization there.

    • occupant 9

      There’s the rub! As we know this will never happen because WE are the ones that need some form of “convincing.” Well, I’ve been convinced for going on two decades that Islam is not compatible with compatibility.

  • Miss Trixie

    I will believe them when they fully support Israel and denounce 1400 years of jew-hate. Until then, not so much.

    The frog and the scorpion parable comes to mind.

  • mobuyus

    Until they anglicize their names like they used to do in the 60’s and 70’s I will find it hard to trust them or their offspring their cousins and uncles. I met a lot of muslims called Mike, Joe Albert, Gus and even a Mickey. None of these guys even knew what jihad meant. It wasn’t until we had that family reunification that flooded us with their non westernized brethren. And the rest is history.

  • Here are the money questions:
    1. Do they believe that Sharia law is the best system for all people and that Muslims should seek to love under it?
    2. Do they think that a World ruled under one single Caliphate is the most desirable state?

    If the answer is yes to either or both, the rest is bullish*t and the whole thing is Taqiyya. If no to both, there might be a chance they are for real.

    • Sparrow

      Agree with your points

    • luna

      I agree 100%.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    This is a good first step, But when they pronounce the gorier portions of the Koran to be either ancient history or allegorical and not to be emulated in any way by the faithful, then I will become more accepting.

  • Gettingby

    So ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, Boko Haram, the Muslim Brotherhood, evil men, and other terrorists and their groups have won. They have made everyone choose one side or another based on hatred and mistrust. You stay over there and plan our destruction and we stay over here and counter your efforts to destroy us.
    I’ll hate you and your children and you hate me and mine…the perfect plan for peace and co-existence.
    For Christians especially, shame on you! Love and pray for your enemy, do evil to none, share the good news of the gospel, Love and die loving if it come to that.
    How are people saved from the evil ideology of Islam when you’d rather isolate and kill them then talk to them. Light unto the world? Why put the basket on yourself?

  • This is a positive note, if genuine, i.e. if from real Muslims. But as other commentators have pointed out, what is the viewpoint of these people on the more spicy segments of the Koran – where is the explicit condemnation of Mohammed’s evil thoughts, words and deeds, like mass murder, rape, adultery, robbery, pedophilia, etc.? Do they reject Sharia, or at least those sections of it where all sorts of crimes are justified and encouraged? Etc. Etc.

    In other words, the words in this list are secular-political honey, but that is just the surface of things. How critical are they of the innards of Islamic doctrine? This is the essence of the matter. And their non-mention of this essence is suspect. If all they have to offer is superficial comfort, this is effectively takkiya – in other words, even if there is some sincerity in their own minds, it is due to confusion. They are effectively playing a useful role in the further infiltration and whitewash of Islam. They are effectively helping Islamists further penetrate our society.

    The only sane and trustworthy ‘moderate Muslim’ is one who rejects Islam, i.e. who ceases to identify with the evil Muslim religion. For this religion, so-called, is the crux of the matter, and not a mere incidental. Islamism is not a fortuitous, unessential offshoot of Islam, it is pure Islam. So a Muslim cannot be against Islamism if he is not against Islam as such.

  • Tom Quiggin

    Everyone complains that Muslims do not speak out against extremism. Then when they do directly attack the MB and the Khomeneists and Islamophobia, they say it is not real. Well, go back and read the text. This is real hard core stuff that directly attacks the extremists on their home ground and does it more directly than almost anyone else – more so than any police or intel agency in Canada or the USA.

    • Sweet_binky

      They need to attack it in the Mosques. They need to protest it in the streets. They need to inform on those in their community that have become radicalized. They need to join us when we protest al Quds day. They need to be seen, out in the open, making concrete, fundamental changes to their religion. Words are not enough. They need to physically do things to make the changes they write about.

      • DD_Austin

        That liberal leftist bullshit crap that got us in the shitter
        in the first place

        They’re muslims and as long as the are, they are the enemy of humankind

        if you don’t understand that, you understand nothing

        • Sweet_binky

          Well, alright then.

    • Alain

      As long as they do not leave Islam, and there is no total reformation of Islam, they do not represent Muslims. How many times have we witnessed such nominal/cultural Muslims who moved to the West to escape the militant and totalitarian part (99%) of Islam only to see their offspring return to true Islam and commit acts of terrorism? Actually one finds the same problem with Muslims elsewhere who were at one time willing to live in peace with their non Muslim neighbours. Thailand, China, Russia and India come to mind. They as individuals are most likely sincere and well meaning, but it does not make a dent on reality.

      • luna

        They seek to reform Islam.

    • Blacksmith

      Taquia is the word that comes to mind. I hope and pray I am wrong, but history has proven most times it is a lie. I will give them kudos for saying it but the proof is in the future, I will wait and see.

  • Xavier

    How, exactly, are they fighting radical Islam?
    Taking a verbal stance is just posturing.

  • Blind Druid

    Allow me present to my worthy companions on this website, possibly the best piece of footage about “moderates” that I have ever seen. Added bonus, the uppity sharmuta gets torn a new one. Priceless!


    • glasnost

      Thank you. Good shot Brigitte Gabriel. Basically contending that, regardless of the sincerity of “Muslims Facing Tomorrow”, they are pretty much irrelevant in their role as “moderate Muslims”. So simply professing their moderation is next to useless, and frankly a little annoying.