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The logic of Syed Ali who lives in India

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in response to reader comment: ramirez, in mosiac law, dog is unclean animal

Submitted by dihmmi no more (United States), Feb 24, 2008 at 07:44

But our dear Syed your Arabian Allah (and you ain't no Arab) tells us that the Jews corrupted the Bible. Right? So how do you know that may be the issue of Moses and the dogs was nothing but part of the corrupted Bible? Oh darn it you do not know any Arabic

So much for Moses and the dogs and so much for the logic and poor education of the tablighees the likes of our dear Syed.

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