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Sad isn't it?

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Submitted by Lotus, Jan 9, 2018 at 07:43

Isn't it sad,Prashant,the sheer number of innocent or insecure and unhappy women falling for these cheats.We talk about Love Jihad but in Europe ,I saw many white women with Arabic prayers tattooed on their backs .

There are new accounts every week.Feel so sad that their own have rejected or betrayed them and so they veer towards these creeps only to get betrayed again.We hear about racism and here something to the contrary is happening.

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