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Why only fast on Ramadan?

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Submitted by Anon. (United States), Jul 22, 2018 at 00:02

Maybe soon the British police will carry out acts of terrorism on Ramadan in order to get a taste of Jihad, "show unity" and "gain a better understanding" to get "deeper into community roots" with Muslims. An officer who will have waged Jihad that day might be quoted saying: "Slitting British subjects' throats was quite an experience and I realised that it requires a significant level of dedication and self-control to do it".

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