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Saudi Arabia is lawless, angry and lifeless and this is straight from the mouth of our dear Freebee

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in response to reader comment: OK, Vishvas- wrong again

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 9, 2007 at 17:57

So you tell us ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer which part of the sytem in Saudi Arabia is not based on the Qur'an and which part is based on the Qur'an and it is THE Qur'an or al-Qur'an. Remember the Arabic language definite article that you tablighees are clueless about?

Then you wrote this little gem

>Muslim countries whose syatem is not based on (al) Qur'an they are angry, lawless and lifless

Does this mean that based on your above gem Suadi Arabia the homeland of abul Qasim is also angry, lawless and lifless as they do not follow the Qur'an 100% or whatever you were ranting about? I guess this really makes sense and this might be why Pakistanis leave Pakiland by the turck load and head for the lands of the infidles where there is law, life and no one is angry except at islamo-fascists, but I guess under your screen name un drained you live in Afghanistan and under your Freebee name you live in is it Pakiland?


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