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Mr Ynnatchkah's arrogance, answered

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Submitted by free bee (United States), Jun 18, 2007 at 16:27

... Ynnatchkah:

This World's glory, fame and money is what makes you work hard to get those "noble prizes". Who cares?

Listen to this:

We don't need this World, we need the Hereafter and we work hard at Worship of Allah to get it.

As far as this world is concerned, we just hire and rent you in our Muslim countries to do the job.

(money talks) for you.

free bee

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