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Helping the perplexed: wikipedia and other sordid matters

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 24, 2014 at 08:28

Fadilat al-Sheikh Melvin whose African ancestors were brutalized and enslaved by the racist Arabs and who admires the despicable Saudis wrote

dhimmi tell me you did not use a wikpedia as an original sources, are you running out of books?That can happen when you deal with false hood, the truth can not change or pass away.

You ya Fadilat al-Sheikh when you and Sheila are confronted with facts your answers can be as follows:

1. Argument from "but this is out of context" and when you are provided with the "context" I only get total silence why is that ya Fadilat al-Sheikh?

2. Argument from "read books" but when provided with references from books with the name of the author and the page number and a link I only get total silence why is that ya Fadilat al-Sheikh you tell me

3. When I tell you what your Islamic sources tell us I get the "Argument from but read other books" why is that ya Fadilat al-Sheikh? what is wrong with the Islamic sources you tell me?

4. "Argument from :Provide us with the entire verse" as in the case of your Allah saying that slavery is nice and dandy and that raping slaves is mandated by Allah and when I provided the entire verse there was total silence ya Fadilat al-Sheikh and why is that?

4. And when things do not go your way and this also apply to our dear Sheila you come up with "Argument from Psycho-babble" not very smart ya Fadilat al-Sheikh

5. Then we have the silly argument that this must be correct argument because Drew Ali said so then it must be true not very smart ya Fadilat al-Sheikh

6. Then I tried to help you and help Sheila as it is very obvious that you cannot read Arabic texts and your command of what history is all about is a big zero so what is better than a simple introduction to a topic as in let us say who are really the Moors aka al-Amazigh and there is nothing better than wikipedia and now we have your silly argument from wikipedia

But you see ya Fadilat al-Sheikh wikipedia is a good source for people like you that want an overview of a topic and that is what I did and that was to help you but did you get it? Not really and why is that ya Fadilat al-Sheikh you tell me and as I told our dear Sheila

1. wikipedia articles are designed for people like you that need an introduction to a topic that you seem to be 100% clueless about

2. You are provided in the wikipedia articles with references some are from primary sources (Hint what is a primary source ya Fadilat al-Sheikh?) and you can check them unless you are lazy to do so! So are you lazy ya Fadilat al-Sheikh?

3.But most damaging to your case is that wikipedia allows you to edit the article and you can even post your point of view so go for it and provide your strange points of view about your cockamamie view of history and I can assure you that you will make a fool of yourself

Ya Fadilat al-Sheikh I do not get it why would the victims of the Arabs and Islam the likes of your ancestors turn to Islam enlighten me please

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