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MR. INDIAN dhimmi-or more?

Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: Our dear CPA and delusions part two

Submitted by Mohammad, CPA (United States), Oct 28, 2008 at 22:01

Mr. Indian dhimmi:

FOR YOUR INFORMATION, I AM A CPA & A VERY SMART, INTELLIGENT & WELL INFORMED MUSLIM. YOU & MANY AMERICANS ARE NOT A MATCH TO ME. It appears very clear to me that you are a man with hollowed & empty Talks. You have no good Ideas, Logics & Reasons to forward your Arguments to others. Being an Indina from Low Caste, you have learnt some words like Tablighee, Pakistani etc.

For your Information, I am not a Tablighee or other hypocrite. I am a solid man with solid Ethics, Honesty, Integrity & Excellent Standard. You will NEVER be a match at all to me in your life.

your Posting should be withdrawn by Dr. Daniel Pipes, a respected Scholar & Researcher, who is very Fair, Neutral , well balanced & without any Bias for any Religion , Race or Color. He commands respect from this Forum for Free Discussion. I highly appreciate this Forum for Open Discussion with due respect to each other.


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