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Mike Ramirez need some real history

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Submitted by Blog Shooter (India), Mar 25, 2014 at 07:25

oh my dear Mike Ramirez...

You wrote Muhammed's nephew, Ali, Mr Mike before writing... you have to check your knowledge bcoz if you write Muhammed's nephew, Ali, married Muhammed's daughter Fatima... then sure your knowledge is zero...if you are wrong with your first sentence then what about next next next and how about end...zero

thanks, dear mike...have a nice day

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