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The truth which you don't know

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in response to reader comment: But you can prove me wrong instead of running away!

Submitted by Abdelrahman (Egypt), Dec 18, 2012 at 02:40

yeah to be honest my friend the truth hurts but the truth I know and one you know are two different things

I already answered your grammatical issue which you insist on bringing up to light I hope it reaches you soon and you get to know more about the arabic culture and literature. The best thing for you to know is to study arabic poem and investigate the syntax and grammar in it to get an idea about how the arabic language works.

But your masters the Hijazi Arabs invaded your country and brutalized your own people right? and by the way I'm not a Yahudi or Qibti but I would be very much honored to be either a yahudi or a qibti

and I wonder why there are christians and jews still in Egypt, if what you say was true there wouldn't be any and I also wonder why have we been living in such peace for all those years fighting in the same army eating at the same table hanging out together living in the same buildings and sharing sorrow and joy together.


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