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Arabs will be defeated and will start another war as soon as they are well prepared to attack

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Submitted by Natasha (India), Dec 22, 2006 at 04:53

Arabs will lose war and sign a " Hudna " ( Temporary Ceasefire )

They will go back and start preparing for another War .

As soon as they are prepared , they will again wage a Jehad or War .

This is Arabic / Islamic Mentality and Culture.

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