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Our dear Ahmed and violence in the Qur'an a book that he cannot read in Arabic because he ain't no Arab part deux

Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: ALLAH is our GOD and your GOD

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 11, 2008 at 08:06

So what did we learn from our dear Ahmed who shoud not be living in the US? Nothing. Not a thing. And like a good old Paki/tablighee he changed the subject. And do you think that i did not notice our dear Ahmed? So what is your answer to my claim that your Allah indeed tells you to terrorize the infidles our dear Ahmed the wannabe Arab? Oh and you wrote

>Wait, wait who is not Arab?

You ain't no Arab and do you know why? let me help you: you are using Paki/tablighee topoi and this betrays your Pakistani origin as well as your poor education. Why is the self hate>? and why do you want to be an Arab that bad? Oh you have no clue about what I'm takling about. Do you Mr. ignorant?

>I think you are talking about your self, aren't you?

May the Gods forbid and big time astaghfirullah al-3azeem and I am for sure not an Arab! You? you are no more than a victim of the Arabs and their imperialism


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