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Khaled Ahmed Sectarian War History   Lecture and Books

Started 9/2/20 by NYCKGB; 1055 views.
funiki

From: funiki

10/2/20

HEYAaaa BOT!! speech_balloon

Do you really think anyone would actually even get the courage or DARE getting a review on a book about  ZITSLAMIC matters? Will you get some reality?

Since the author is living in hiding with two body guards to protect him when he has to get out to visit his close family!!

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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

11/2/20

funiki said:

Sectarian violence between extremist members of Pakistan's majority Sunni and minority Shia communities has resulted in the deaths of thousands of people since the 1980s.

Catching up on the US and the red summer of 1919?

Or the result of the US forcing millions of Afghan refugees on them with "Operation Cyclone", surely the most disgusting evil sadistic and malicious policy ever inflicted by one sovereign nation on another.

Petulance

From: Petulance

13/2/20

A number of the lefties could do themselves a favor and read this book, instead of always giving a bogus excuse why they are so violently on everyone's throats! 

NYCKGB

From: NYCKGB

14/3/20

Keeping silent is a type of cowardice when occasion demands speaking out about facts as a result to save lives.

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