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dhimmi no more or just Dim?

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in response to reader comment: Our dear European (sic) and is he really jealous?

Submitted by European (United Kingdom), May 29, 2007 at 19:31

Yawn Yawn

Islam is religion for the Arabs? Your own conclusion I take it?

I can read Arabic.

The country with the worlds largest number of Muslims is Indonesia who are not Arabs.

PLease brush up on your knowledge before replying to comments. We are not kids. This is meant to be about reasoned arguments.

Now my question to you is does

1-your argument that all Muslims are wannabe Arabs also imply that all Christains wannabe PALESTINIANS?

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