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Submitted by Kepha Hor (United States), Dec 12, 2010 at 18:39

Dili, when I lived in southeastern China, I bought raisins and bread from migrants who haled from S***** Turk****n (in case Lao Da Ge is peeking), and learned something about what is going on out that way.

Although I am related to "Lao Da Ge" and a Christian rather than a Muslim, I think I can understand some of the anger going on in your part of the world. Strange how some who wail loudly about the evils of "imperialism" are pretty good at behaving in an "imperialist" manner themselves, no?

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