Progressive Socialist Party Leader Walid Jumblatt says the Sunni leadership’s moderation does not change the fact that the Sunni grass-roots are slipping into extremism. (AP Photo/File/Hussein Malla)
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Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt said that Druze and Christians were on the way toward extinction, while expressing concern over the discrepancy between the Future Movement's moderation and Sunni communities' extremism.Separately, the PSP leader said the Sunni leadership's moderation did not change the fact that the Sunni grass-roots were slipping into extremism."But the Sunni base is in a completely different place".He stressed that the biggest threat was not that the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria actually reaching Lebanese soil, but the group's ideology reaching Lebanese Sunni minds. Jumblatt dismissed that idea the Future Movement officials' moderate behavior was solving the extremism problem among the Sunni community.
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