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For phonetiis and the Arabic word: dhimma!

Reader comment on item: How to End Terrorism:
in response to reader comment: Again...so much bogus... did you watch too much bill and ted or something?

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 22, 2006 at 18:03

Our dear phonetics this was an open book examination so let us see:

I wrote

>>1. What does the Arabic word: Dhimma really mean?

Your response was:

>This is what the differentiation "dhimmi"

Careless reader. I'm asking you about the word _dhimma_ and not dhimmi

So I read this answer as: you have no clue about the meaning of the word dhimma.

Then you wrote the mother of all gems:

>(which is strange in itself since that would mean that you were protected under Islamic law)

And in exchange for this mafia style protection the dhimmi have to pay the mafia tax called jizya. So much for the Allah of the universe and his rasul the caravan raider and Arabian war lord that are supposed to keep 1/5 of the loot collected from the poor dhimmis. Shame.

Then I wrote

>>2. What is the Mithaq Umar?

I noticed that you skipped the answer to this question and you think that I did not notice?

So far you get a zero

Stay tuned for more.


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