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Our dear so called nabil

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 31, 2009 at 19:52

So what did we learn from our dear so called nabil al-tablighee about the topos of the "Oh it is all about the comtext"

>Shhhh, little dhimmi...the grownups are talking. Go out and play.

Hello: no one is interested in even talking to you ... But let me ask you again: what is the so called context of ayat al-jizya ? and what is that 3an yad all about? Let me guess: you have no clue. Or you either put up or shut it

Submitting....

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