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The bizarre case of Carnita Matthews revisited

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: Articles naming Ibrahim Galiel being pulled or rewritten

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 24, 2011 at 05:30

Thank you Mullah lodabullah for the information

Thanks, dhimmi no more. These articles, including the one linked above, are being taken down and reworked to remove any reference to Ibrahim Galiel, who is now being referred to as simply her "partner". Looks like it is the "muslim leader" connection.

ROTFL "her partner"! She is living in sin astaghfirullah! This is even more bizarre so her army of little kids are what her Arab masters call awlad haram!

And for the readers: It seems that many wannabe arabs and Muslims do not realize that when they become Muslims they bring with them the old culture that islam despises and in her case she does not seem to know that the word carnitas in Spanish means pork and at my favorite Mexican diner they serve arruz con carnitas and it is yummy.

Here is a link to an un-purged version, for now: http://m.news.com.au/TopStories/fi761174.htm

Thank you for the link and keep us informed


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