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one day, arabs will claim they built the moon

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Submitted by berber (Poland), Aug 18, 2010 at 13:17

arabs claim that Berbers are arabs, that native americans were arabs, that Arabs built the pyramids, that phonecians, iranians and canaanites were arabs, that North Africa is Arab, that the language of the paradise is arabic..etc. So, don't be surprised if you hear that Eskimos were arabs too.

search the link: Science and Islam: Native Americans Spoke Arabic!

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