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Prince Saud, Jewish?

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in response to reader comment: so where is the pain

Submitted by joe kaffir (United States), Nov 6, 2006 at 16:58

First, Prince Charles as part of his title and heritage, has certain obligations to the UK and it's people. Since the British empire is virtually gone his "domain" has shrunk and no longer encompasses moslem speaking subjects, he need not represent moslems. He certainly need not sacrifice his people or his country for the sake of the invading moslem hordes nor share their cursed belief system of hatred and violence. As for Prince Saud, he's no Sammy Davis, Jr..

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