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The useful idiots revisited and read this Havas part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 11, 2011 at 07:38

So what did we learn from Michel this time? Oh that he is unhappy that I corrected his transliteration of the word jihad? Get used to it Michel

This little chat is not about me or about the English language which is very clear to anyone that reads your boring and long winded posts that it is not your first language right ? but there is nothing wrong with that

Arabic? that is a different story. You see Michel the Greek (the ancestors of the Turkish propagandist Havas) logic would dictates that in-order to really study islam and Arabian imperialism and this is what I study one must know his Arabic. So are you jealous Michel that I can read Arabic and expose BS posted by wannabe Arabs?

If you want to have a little chat with a "moderate Muslim" then he is not Havas as Havas is not more than another propagandist. Right havas?

Go and have a chat with Tariq Ramadan el-ikhwani (oh darn it Arabic!) and come back and tell us what he said and he will regard you as another useful idiot so are you a useful idiot Michel?


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