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So did Paul Revere exist?

Reader comment on item: The Temple Mount's Indian Counterpart
in response to reader comment: My answer to Muslimkush

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 11, 2010 at 07:12

Our dear Deb the wannabe Arab whose ancestors the Hindus were brutalized by Islam wrote

>As per as ... DNM is concerned I have very firmly refuted all of his points of views. ...

What points of view did you refute? Let me help you nothing as you don't even know what the word extant really means rememeber ?

is yet to prove that some one called Paul Revere existed or not ?

I'm not making any claims here and what gave you the impression that I care if he did or did not exist? and what does paul revere have to do with omar al-farooq? Is he our Omar al-farooq? If so then sobhanallah did he also ride a donkey and entered the holy city of Boston and would we find the Church of paul revere in let us say the Boston Common? and is he your Jesus too?

So you tell us our dear Deb so did Paul Revere exit or not? What is your answer? and you know what? You will be making a fool of yourslef again and again


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