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Our dear Aamir and the "wealth of the enemy"? Really?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 1, 2007 at 17:40

Your poor ancestors were brutalized by Islam and Arabian imperialism and your Allah demands to get 1/5 of the loot taken away from his victims (Q8:41) so much for the god of the universe sharing the loot.

So was it just that the likes of Mahmud of Ghazni brutalized your Hindu ancestors in the name of your Allah? and what did Hindu ancestors do to deserve what happened to them?

Your arguments are bogus

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