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There's a pot calling the kettle black

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Submitted by mike elbaz (Canada), Apr 7, 2007 at 22:28

Muslims are single handedly responsible for the disappearance of the greatest number of cultures since their original conquest of Mecca and Medina. It's always funny to hear Muslims calling others colonizers, when they themselves are foreign colonizers of lands from North Africa, to the Far East. If Chutzpah isn't a word common in the Muslim lexicon, it should be, since by their behavior, they are the very definition of Chutzpah.

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