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Paging our dear Amin who ran away!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 16, 2015 at 20:42

Our dear Jamil whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam and who lives among kuffar how come you do not live in Saudi Arabia our dear Jamil? It must be the social benefits right?

How did I know that you ain't no Arab? Hint: an Arab would know that the word Istilam means RECEIVING and the word receipt ,means Wasl or Isal and you are ignorant

Why do you want to make a fool of yourself?

Submitting....

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