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So why did did the Arabs invaders of let us say Egypt sack and loot monasteries?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 19, 2012 at 17:02

So you tell our dear Amin Riaz al-tablighee and whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam and who lives among kuffar why did your masters the Arabs loot and sack monasteries? Any guesses?

Oh I forgot that Salah al-deen al-Ayobi was a wannabe Arab like you

Hint: it ain't your bogus claim that they were meeting places for them bad Christians and you know why? because the St. Simeon monastery is in the middle of no where

So here is your chance to dish out your more of your nonsense

Oh ans speaking of al-Tabari so what is your guess why I quote him so often? Any guesses?

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