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dhimmi no more and tracking people

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in response to reader comment: For Sohail (Rabna Yusahil Alaikum) and can we show you errors in the Qur'an? You bet! part deux

Submitted by Nawab (United Kingdom), Sep 4, 2006 at 09:37

Dhimmi no more you said this:

If you do not respond to my question I will keep tracking you and posing the question again and again until I get an answer.

Now dhimmi no more how are you going to track down Sohail? Do you know what country Sohail is from? Do you know where he lives? Are you get the FBI on your case?

Dhimmi no more you said the following:

So much for the Qur'an that has no errors!

Your right the quran doesn't have grammar errors. You read too much of John Wannsbrough books.

Nawab

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