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Our dear samer and Tabukm , Really?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 8, 2008 at 07:27

Our dear samer wrote this little gem

>in the History of Tabukm the Muslims were 30,000 soldeirs and the Romans were 100,000 soldiers

Really? Could you provide us with real reference that such battle have taken place? and such numbers were deployed?Any archaeological evidence for such battle? Let me help you there is non. Any extant literary evidence for such battle? let me help you: there is non

The following will not be accepted as evidence: wikipedia, my mullah told me so, Pakistani muslim web sites

And what on earth is tabukm? Is this Urdu?

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