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sayed-ishmael was egyptian not arabic

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Submitted by btilly` (United States), Dec 25, 2008 at 16:36

Ishmael married an egyptian and had 12 sons. I guess a black man and a black woman can have 12 chinese. Arabs are not egyptians, but Berbers. Arabs killed many Berbers. Joktan, the semite made Arabs. Muhammad made that mess up. Ishmael was made when abraham was AbraM. tHE BLESSING WENT TO iSAAC NOT THE WILD ASS iSHMAEL. GEN 16:13

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