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why stop at samosas?

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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Aug 13, 2012 at 11:35

Why stop at Samosas? Dont forget those evil tomato, hot cross buns, and swiss cheese (holey cheese).

We should look at all offending vegetables, meats, dairy and seafood, and help all Muslims to avoid all these evils. Also Nikes clothing, Puma, Seaseme Street, the Wiggles, and m& m's with their potential to form the word allah when in a bowl.

Many good Muslims have taken action against evil western jet passenger aircraft due to the shadows they cast look like Christian Crosses!!

Allah seems to be very thin skinned, doesnt he?

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