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Our dear Asiyah: How come you don't live in Afghanistan, Pakistan or KSA?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more, Jun 17, 2019 at 14:41

Our dear Asiyah tells us that he is Italian and he lives in Greece! Mashallah

> Me I'm Italian currently living in Greece

Why do you live among kuffar our dear Asiyah? Why would you not live in let us say the failed state of Pakistan or Afghanistan or KSA?

Let me guess: It must be the social benefits and free health care right?

Get some help. You need it

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