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The Brits are coming... the Brits are coming! Paul Revere and Omar al-Farooq and islamic delusions part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 13, 2010 at 06:52

Our dear Deb is telling us if Paul Revere did not exist (and as if I care) then what is wrong with the fact that Omar al-Farooq never existed? Well if Omar al-Farooq did not exist then this is one more blow to the foundation of the religion of the Arabs. Was there a paul revere or not? I care less

But wait: Do you think that I should tell al-wahabiyuun that a maskeen men el-hind like you is saying that Omar al-farooq did not exist? What do you think?

>I remember you once mentioned in one of your posts to me in this forum that using Wiki links is not the efficient way to prove your point.

You remember right but with your attention span and the fact that Muslims only read the book of Arabian ignorance and wikipedia i provided you with the second best source of Islamic information. So you see our dear Deb we kuffar can be nice sometimes but you know what? You also did not understand a word of what i wrote right ? So let me repeat

Any text even from wikipedia is no more than what the author believed happened and it is the duty of you the reader to tell us if you believe the author or not and why so this is your chance to shine our dear Deb and remember I have no claims to make

So did Paul Revere exist or not?

>So I take your wiki link of Paul Revere in the same way.

Do you think that I really care?

>This wiki link might have been modified by American exceptionalists like you to prove that someone called Paul Revere existed.

Sure go and fix it and then go and fix it and make a fool of yourself again and again

Oh good ole Paul Revere our Omar al-Farooq right? So did he enter the holy city of Boston and would i find his little Chruch Byzantine nontheless in the Boston Common?

>I want solid historical proof from you to prove that yes indeed a midnight ride by someone called Paul Revere did take place. I think the whole tale of midnight ride is a myth created by American exceptionalists like you for proving a patriotic impression upon innocent American children.

What gave you the impression that I care if he did or did not exist? But you care about Omar the so called al-Farooq and you realize that if he indeed did not exist then the foundation of the religion of the Arabs would collapse right?

Oh our dear Deb is worried about children! Sobhanallah

>Anyways if you want to go by wikipedia I can also show the following wikipedia link for Caliph Omar bin al-Khattab.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omar_Bin_Al-Khattab

But you see our dear Deb al-tablighee I do not need wikiedia as 99.999% of anything to do with islam is written by lost tablighees like you which makes this information as no more than "salvation history" and not real history (you do not get this one do you right?) and I the big time kaffir can read Islamic sources in Arabic and apply the tools of literary criticism and i can tell you that there is no extant evidence that there was a character by the name of Omar al-Farooq and that it is no more than another islamic qissa so why do you think that I need wikipedia? Surpise me with an answer

I urge you to abandon Islam and be free again

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