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Kebab from Tabib?

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Submitted by Floris Stein (Netherlands), Sep 4, 2007 at 05:48

We'll sooner make kebab from Tabib than submit to this criminal ideology and its gross violence. Besides, how are you going to kill something like 5 billion infidels? I wish you luck (just kidding), but rather suspect that you won't make it even half way to that sordid 'heaven' of yours doing so. You are outnumbered to the tune of approximately 5 to 1. Go ahead, make our day, I would say. And sorry, but for wanton (child) rapists, torturers and murderers there is no such thing as a free woman in the hereafter.

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