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So why did Muslims loot and sack monasteries? any guesses our dear Amin Riaz?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 18, 2012 at 14:54

Our dear Amin Riaz who ran away is back with many nuggets of gold and the usual BS

Monks?

And speaking of monks is this why the barbarian Muslims that invaded the land of your Hindu ancestors destroyed the Buddhist libaray at Nalanada?

Oh those darn Buddhist monks trying to "obliterate" them Muslims!

You know what? We kuffar missed you but you will never hear this from me again

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