I see many meta posts complaining against the alleged action of moderators; particularly goldPseudo. As these posts keep coming up, I would like to know if it is even possible for a mod change to occur while the site is in beta? Who decides on the new mods?
I'm one responsible for the moderators on Islam—Stack Exchange. If there were to be a change in moderators before graduation, I'd be the one to do it. For more details, please see Moderator Pro Tempore.
Now as for the moderator you mentioned, I've been working with him since private beta. goldPseudo has been and continues to be the leader this site needs. He has been accosted on all sides by disgruntled users and yet he responses with dignity and poise. Every day he makes hard decisions that the community should be making for themselves and yet the primary feedback he gets is complaint.
For the record, I've investigated many complaints about this site's moderators. And in every case, the accusations are either vastly overstated or utterly groundless. Never have I found a situation where goldPseudo has placed his own interests above those of the community and its goal of expert answers to questions about Islam.
Let's stop crying wolf, shall we?
Several people have mentioned that the above is a bit one-sided. The reason we appoint moderators on beta sites is that we need a small group of people to be in charge of mundane janitorial tasks. Please take a moment to read our Theory of Moderation. Like everyone else, moderators make mistakes sometimes; it's inevitable. So we give users ways to overrule their decisions individually. Most of their decisions can be reversed by community moderation. And every decision can (and often is) discussed on meta. When people make persuasive arguments, it's entirely possible that moderators will change their minds.
A significant part of my frustration is that a handful of people seem unable or unwilling to try understanding why moderators decide as they do. I suspect that if more people tried their hands at community moderation, there'd be a greater respect for the diamond moderators. We have specifically picked pro tems who have shown from their actions that they have a strong commitment to creating an enduring resource for learning about Islam. Leadership isn't limited to the handful of people who have diamonds next to their names; it's available to anyone who cares about this community.
If you want to help out, I encourage you to look over this detailed guide written by members of the Physics site. A strong site has many users dedicated to commenting and flagging when they see problematic posts. Try it out and see how it works.