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More Shish Kabab and falafel from our dear Robert

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Submitted by dhimmi no more, Oct 23, 2018 at 15:40

Our dear Robert wrote this gem:

>Now Still a Dhimmi presents us with Ahad, which he overlooks as the phonetic Hebrew of One, and we are supposed to be impressed by his Wisdom.

What "phonetic" and what shish kabab and falafel?

Hello: you do not speak read or write Arabic Hebrew or Syriac! So stop your nonsense

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