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Submitted by AlbertE., Jan 6, 2019 at 18:31

"she 'was constantly lifting the burqa during meal times' to get food into her mouth caused the family to feel 'uncomfortable having meals together.'"

Roger and his family are not Muslim? Kuffir? I am surprised this female jihadi would even be willing to sit at the same table and eat with Roger and his family. Normally the family sitting down to all eat at the table at the same time is a western custom only?

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Given her intentions, of course she ate dinner with them.

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