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Submitted by Yahya (United States), Sep 26, 2006 at 16:12

I feel the same way you do! Yet your facts are distorted! Abraham's son was name Ishmail, and his was Kedar which started off the arabic so-called african tribe. Arabic is an african language from the semite tribe as well as hebrew (ivri) and aramaic,etc; However Christianity is a slave masters religion. Read willie lynch who ever you are, and study your history, because your facts are diluted!

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