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Dhimmi

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Submitted by ahmed (United States), Nov 6, 2008 at 01:44

What is dhimmi? The definition is very simple. I live in America; I never vote and I never work and I may be deported anytime- I am a dhimmi in America, right?

The difference between Islam and the West is that the bond that links people in the Muslim World is religious and the bond the links people in the West is materialist.

You wrote that Islam has no connection with Abrahamic religions; I want you to tell me the difference.

Peace or SALAM

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