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Islamic moderate warns of militants

The leader of Indonesia’s second-largest Muslim organization says he is worried that the Islamic extremism undermining Iraq could spread and destabilize moderate Muslim nations like his own. Din Syamsuddin, president of Muhammadiyah, said in an interview that moderate groups such as his were not capable of staving off an extremist threat. “This threat is real. It is a threat not only to the United States, but to Muslims and Muslim leaders, and we don’t have the capability — like the state — to equip ourselves for our defense,” Mr. Syamsuddin told The Washington Times. Full Story

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