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Know your enemy, as well as know your friend ....

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Submitted by Jon (France), Feb 26, 2008 at 11:26

Mr. Redmond I think that a degree of measure (or a measure of degree) is required in making nasty assertions about Islam. Perhaps when you next take your bottle of bourbon off the bar to pour yourself a shot you should reflect on the fact that is was an Arab who invented distillation ! (source Wikipedia)

You see, there is some good in their culture (at least historically)...

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