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More Islamic delusions

Reader comment on item: Offer: $1 million for Finding "Jerusalem" in the Koran
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 12, 2010 at 07:44

Our dear Clyde knows that he has been exposed as no more than another tablighee who pretends to be some one that he is not right our dear Clyde?

> Arabs, like the closely related Jews, are an ethnic group - Semitic White.

There is something called "semitic white" really? masha'allah You need to get your money back from your madrassa

>2) That I am of Lebanese ancestry - has been published across the internet - dimwit more - I have told yo NUMEROUS times, my mother was BORN in Lebanon.

Oh sure everything you post on the internet must be real! I call this delusions you need to stop your delusions and get a grip on reality

>3) Prior to Lebanon's independence - November 26,1941 - Lebanon was a province of Syria, under French rule, so in that aspect you are correct they were subjects of Syria under French rule.

Oh where is wikipedia when you need it! ...

See what happens when it starts with a lie? But again you are beyond help

>4) YOU HAVE NOT PRESENTED ONE SINLE IOTA OF PROOF OF YOUR DIATRIBE -

mr ignorant how many times do I have to tell you that it is he who has a claim is the one that must provide us with evidence to support such claim and all we kuffar can do is watch you making a fool of yourself again and again and let me help you

The Question is: Where can you find the name of Jerusalem in the Qur'an and the following will be accepted as evidence

1. The Qur'an in Arabic

2. kutub al-turath al-islami in Arabic

The following will not be accepted as evidence

1. My stupid Muallah I mean my Imam told me so

2. Zakir Naik the moron told me so

3. Ambassador Akbar Zeb told me so

4. Tendentious Paki web sites

5. wikipedia articles written by ignorant Pakistanis like you

6. Oh the golden arches argument will not be accepted as evidence because it is and you must padon me STUPID

Now it is your chane to shine mr ignorant

>why not dimwit more - can you not provide proof - just why do you claim an Arabic term(dhimmi), of not being under Shia law - so you WERE Muslim controlled - keep in mind I AM NOT, and, have, NEVER been Muslim, dimwit more.

What does this have to do with the fact that you cannot find the name of Jeruslaem in the Qur'an? Any guesses?

>Enjoy a hamburger at that furthest hamburger place with the Golden arches, NOT the ones that have no Golden arches in your town dimwit more.

Oh the bogus golden arches. I will leave this pathetic remark to the readers to judge you. ...

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