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Napleon !nay

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Submitted by om rawan (Kuwait), Dec 21, 2006 at 14:23

I agree with you I have never heard abt that !!! but for your information it was his second Commander (General Minu) who reverted to islam and lived peacfully in Egypt and he was welcomed in Egypt after the failure of Napleon in Egypt .

well Napleon's name refreshed my memory about his dirty and horrible actions of him and his army in Egypt and Sham area (Syria , Lebanon , Palastine and Jordan -Now)

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