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in response to reader comment: So why did did the Arabs invaders of let us say Egypt sack and loot monasteries?

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Aug 20, 2012 at 08:04

"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"

Even better. well on those brains no one is going to put you in charge of any military are they? Mind you - you'll fit in with USA military fine.

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

So you can claim whatever you like. as I have repeatedly shown before - you are UNABLE to translate or read the actual content. Copy and paste. Then claim what you feel like.

I haven't forgotten that one mangled attempt.. ha ha ha . even you ended up admitting - it doesn't make sense.

After that you never ventured to make any such translations.

ha ha ha ha :D

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