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Submitted by Boris Galinsky (United States), Jun 8, 2004 at 09:50

...It reminded me of a comment I had seen in a newspaper few years ago. It was time when people used to put "No Radio" signs on their cars. The idea was that a thief would not break into their car but go elsewhere. Someone saw a car covered with signs like "No Radio", "No Valuables", etc. The only sign missing was "No Dignity".

You cannot honestly believe that someone would be able to remember and correctly pronounce these Muslim prayers by reading this article. Does it mean that a tape course will follow?
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