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Our dear Julie al-tabligheeia declares that we infidels can also get 70 virgins in heaven and her bogus Arabic

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Submitted by dihmmi no more (United States), Jun 3, 2007 at 16:55

I thought they are supposed to be 72 virgins. Or are infidels supposed to get only 70? And what if your Allah runs out of virgins?

Then you wrote

>Naimaat (mercy)

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic.

Bogus. Mercy means in Arabic Rahma and the word Ni3ma means blessing. And are you aware that the word Na3maat is a proper Arabic name?

Shame on you. You are a wannabe Arab and you ain't Julie or O'Neill for that matter.

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