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Harrak, Stick to playing tennis

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in response to reader comment: where is Satan?

Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Aug 9, 2006 at 15:29

Considering the wisdom and knowledge you add to this website, may I suggest that you spend more time playing tennis, instead of posting drivel. And for a Muslim to ask where is Satan is rather nonsensical. After all, one of the important ceremonies during the Hajj is throwing stones at Satan. Thus quite appropriately, we all know where Satan is, he's at Mecca and this will be no surprise to anyone who knows anything about Islam.

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