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Well, you obviously do not know Arabic...

Reader comment on item: Uncovering Early Islam
in response to reader comment: Traitors and the enemy within

Submitted by Adil (United States), Apr 7, 2015 at 15:05

You obviously do not know Arabic because if you did, you would know that the word "farj" refers both to female and male genitals. I thought you knew that?

Well, prehaps I was not specific, the U.S. definitley was VERY evil before The Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964. Scince then, it has improved a lot (I will give the U.S) credit. But it still criticizes other nations over things such as womns rights, slavery, and discrimination (which the U.S practiced until recent times). Our government sends soldiers to kill and steal and destroy around the world. It also criticizes other countries for spying into the lives of its' peoples, but the U.S Government spies on virtually everything we do. So you see, I was wrong and right in a sense. We do enjoy many freedoms that others do not, but at the same time, we have many of our rights violated. So, really, the U.S.A. is good and evil.


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