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in response to reader comment: dhimmi no more's poor comprehension again

Submitted by Reuven (Israel), Apr 3, 2011 at 05:53

Indeed Arabs contributed knowledge to the world.

But this does not mean that they were not cruel conquerors who conquered from Spain in the west to India in the east. Nowdays they continue their conquest politics by not assimilating with the conquested people, insisting to impose as written language the Saudi language from the year 630 - they call it "Standard Arabic". Why are Coptic people in Egypt (which are clearly non Arabs conquested by Arabs) obliged to use "Standard Arabic" ??

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