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Our dear Asma and the Stockholm syndrome revisited

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in response to reader comment: Re:Our dear Asma and Muslim falsafa

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 19, 2008 at 06:43

Our dear Asma who has nothing more to say wrote

>Yes you made it clear to me that your brain is not in your head but in your toes:))
I didn't find your definition unfortunately in any reliable and available sources.
Is it in Encyclopaedia Dhimmica??:))

No I'm not really interested in telling you what the Arabic words: dhimma, ahl al-dhimma and al-mithaq really mean becuase and I will be blunt: you do not know any arabic any you are ignorant and you are beyond help and the only thing that you will get from me is sarcasm

>And by the way, my ancestors were not brutalized by any so-called Arab or Muslim Imperialism.

Oh let me see: Those afflicted by the Stockholm syndrome are in denial about the sufferings that they or their ancestors have undergone and are out to spread the same evil that afflicted them and their ancestors. Sounds familiar our dea Asma? I urge you to abondon Islam and Arabian imperialism and be whole again


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