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Freedom of speech and skunks

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 4, 2015 at 06:37

Dr. Pipes

There is a fight going on the internet between Shia, the likes of Yasser el-Habib of Fadak TV, and Sunni Muslims, the likes of el-Shiekh el-Zughbi with insults and curses and threats of murder and the old epithets with the Shia being called al-Rawafid and the Sunni being called al-Nawaseb and the old Ibn Taymiyya's infamous cursing of the Shia that Sunni Muslims should curse them, and not eat their Dhabiha (read this is Shia Halal meat) and to celebrate their festivals and not have to sex with them (Ibn Taymiyya used the vulgar word for sex or Tankahuhum) and and what is most amusing that ibn Taymiyya spews his venom and the first target is the Shia followed by the accursed Christians, Zoroastrians and yes the Jews

The moral of the story is: Never have a p*ssing war with a skunk

As for the members of Southern Poverty Center: They are pathetic

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