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arabic as an instrument of imperialism

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Sep 7, 2007 at 14:36

The arabic langauge and script are an instrument of arabic ethno-fascism and imperialism and arabisation of non-arabs.
This has been the case since 1400 years.

Islam causes non-arab muslims to become bootlickers of arabs and destroy or denigrate their own non-arab cultures languages, identities etc.

The arabic language is today a repository and tool of fascistic ideas in the name of a so-called god and religion.

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