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Infidelity is one of the basic character of an infidel

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in response to reader comment: Nishi, Infidel is not infidelity

Submitted by Nishi (India), May 25, 2008 at 02:09

My Dear

Who asked you to choose such a screen name meaning of which you understand only after caught on wrong foot. Anyway ,Whether you committed infidelity to your wife or not only you can know, regarding Infidel appearing to Muslim is concerned, I am not making any comment because you yourself had admitted your guilt while adopting the screen name.

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