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An Imam from a "povertocracy"

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Submitted by Infidel3 (United States), Mar 1, 2006 at 23:03

Harrak:

Where religion rules, there will be no democracy. Iraq will be in the hands of its Islamic factions, sunnis and Sh'ites.

From what "povertocracy" do you come from? There is no such word in the English dictionary.
I guess you mean Imam from a "povertocracy" and " a land of poverty" You must be from one of those lands since you are here already in the west eking out a living , and criticizing the west every opportunity you get.

What is your problem ?
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