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in response to reader comment: Now you really are showing your desperation.

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 2, 2012 at 18:12

You provide a link for a website that is still under construction as proof?

The English yes.... But the Arabic no - complete site there. Also there were two links.


The book you mentioned "Around the world in 200 Days" is not on any list I can find as having a print run of 200 million copies. So the boast of an Arabic printer of 200 million copies shows you are very naive, especially when that printer only has the production capacity of a small printing house.

Dear me...... a) - what lists are looking at?

b) Where did you get the figure of 200million? .... you added 120 million? Thanks :-)


c) especially when that printer only has the production capacity of a small printing house.

Do you even know what Arabic books look like? And how did you come to the conclusion - based on what?


See .... I said you were expert at Not Telling the Truth. And another thing you do is - break down under scrutiny - now you will move on to more unrelated rants.

Still the outstanding question - how is Arabic weak?


Nielsen Records - which is the list you gave .... albeit it was a newspaper article. Does not cover Middle East. Else it would be easy. So what list?


I am not talking about the British here BTW. Taking inspiration from Dhimmi No More, your Indian mindset has been irrevocably set by your Arab masters.

Ahh.... so you have been reading DEAR DHIMMS. I said from the start how uncanny - the similarity between you and him was.

Same style of not telling the truth. Same style of arguing - by ignoring - same style of petty insults. He has the habit too .... will quote me absolutely wrong ... make up clear lies .... then move to more ludicrous ranting.

Now ... you even are borrowing words from your noble master.


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