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The victims of Arabian imperialism one at a time and islamic twists and turns

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 25, 2013 at 18:59

Our dear Amin Riad I mean Riaz whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam and who is really an Arzal after all non Indian Muslims can be asharf right our dear Amin al-tablighee?

>"Many Muslims are more than happy to let Westerners think this covering is a religious garment, somehow required. It's not."

>>A particular garment isn't a requirement,

Says who? Hello: you do not make the rules as these rules are made by your masters the washhabis right our dear Amin al-tablighee?

>but modest clothing is. Which includes covering hair and body.

Says who? let me guess you masters the Arabs right?

>> "In today's wealthiest Arab countries, like Saudi Arabia, women are not allowed to drive or be educated."

>>Wrong -

What a hypocrite he is telling you that your masters the wahhabis do not allow women to drive right our dear Amin the wannabe Arab?

>just because Saudi bans female drivers - not all Arab countries do. As for education:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_Saudi_Arabia#Higher_education

Hello: he is talking about the wahhabis so you tell me why the twists the turns?

>What are you talking about?

Let me guess that Islam is the religion of the Arabs only and you ain't no Arab

so you tell us our dear Amin does el-madam drive a car?

>>"When in Rome do as the Romans do" should be a common sense rule when it comes to living in a free society.

>Surely the lines shows your hypocrisy. . .

Sure he is right and if you do not like England then go back to the failed state of Pakistan and good riddance

You see the hypocrite is he who lives among kuffar that pay the cost of his social benefits and health care and then put down the people that pay the cost of his benefits

how are you a "free" society - when you impose your own will

Sure then move back to Pakistan and good riddance

A very society, by its very nature, allows people to do what they want.

gobbledygook

>>"A full veil, equivalent to someone wearing a full ski mask at a public park or someone wearing a halloween mask for a job interview, is a slap in the face of decency in a free society where we fought a war to remove slavery."

>Absurd logic. Ski Mask - is a thing of specialised wear. Whereas as a veil is, by those who wear it, general clothing.

The absurd logic is that of yours and shame on you for living among kuffar when you can live among your masters the wahhabis

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