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Reader comment on item: Another Islamist Soldier Turns Terrorist in Texas
in response to reader comment: a true muslim

Submitted by Muslimk*** (India), Sep 18, 2011 at 03:25

It is very interesting to note that descendants of forcibly converted people, in the middle ages by animist uncivilized arabs,persians,turkish and converted mongols from central Asia,are more fanatic and brainwashed than Desert arabs and persians. Aminkhan is living in Cuckooland thinking that Muslims ... rule the the whole world, let alone mongolistan aka papistan, kosovo or Bosnia, where most of of the converted people were born out of rape of civilized women of Great religion called Hinduism and another great religion called Christianity. In the latter case of Europe, invading armies of Turkey did great job of production and conversion of civilized natives into desert nomads and back to middle ages.

Regarding islamic revolution Aminkhan (Amin is arabic name and khan is mongol name-Sic) talking about it is never going to happen. ... God save the converted people,who are produced illegimately by tribals of north africa and other converted savages from persia,turkey and other mercenary armies of middle ages.


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