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Islamic ignorance and Alexandria

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 19, 2012 at 07:01

Our dear Triple A wrote this little gem

Alexandria, Baghdad and Constantinople became centres of knowledge and learning after Islam spread into those areas.

Are you out of your mind? But again you are too busy reading the Arabian book of ignorance to know anything about the history of this great city

Alexandria was a great city of learning and arts and science and medicine for 1000 long years prior to islam and Arabian imperialism and when you masters the Arabs invaded Egypt that was the end of Alexandria and for 1000 more years until the French invasion of Egypt and indeed when the French landed on the shores of Alexandria the population was down to 4000 from a total population of 400000-600000 during the late antique period

In other words your masters the Arabs destroyed this great city

Oh and here is a link to wikipedia which you told us is not an islamophobic (sic) web site http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandria

But again when Muslims spend so much time reading and memorizing a book and in this case the Qur'an there is no time left to really read anything about anything and in this case the city of Alexandria

Shame on you and your poor education and i urge you to leave islam and be free again

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