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Why do you quote a corrupted book in-order to prove a point? surprise me with an answer and is this asking for much?

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in response to reader comment: replying to dhimmi no more

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 26, 2010 at 11:42

Our dear Sarah: he is quoting the Bible to prove a point! ...

darling: You still did not answer the question so why do you quote a kitab muharraf in-order to prove a point? after all your Arabian Allah says that ina al-injiil kitaban muharraf! Oh darn it the Arabic! But you see darling the Qur'an says that islam is really the religion of the Hijazi Arabs only and you ain't one right?

So let me help you: you cannot quote a corrupted book to prove a point! : now do you get it? ...


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