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 حلو ‏ .إبن القرعة مش أرضي/مش بشري .The Kuwaiti economic Summit During the last Israeli Invasion Of Gaza.The Saudi King Is Releasing The Proof.That  He is Not Human./He is a Bak.like The Genie Of Aladdin  فبراير, 2009 10:34 م
george youssef يقول…
The islamic Bak Magic.Muslim satanism is now online both in arabic and in english.Go see it.visit me on http://www.saadabdelwahab.wordpress.com
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george youssef يقول…
مبروك لفيليب رزق أنت حر الآن.عندنا الف فيليب رزق و الف فيليبة رزقة . الباك الإسلامي . اقصد وجود الباك الإسلامي و سحر الباك الإسلامي عندنا في مصر و هو ده الثور الابيض .سحر المسلمين علي الإنترنت‏ .
المسلمين عندهم باك .الباك علي الإنترنت‏ .هل فيليب رزق يعرف الباك ادعوك فيليب رزق ناشط في التعريف به.الدكتور جورج يوسف +دليل سحر الباك
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  • Edit George Youssef Address, إسرائيل, لفيليب رزق, مراقب مصري, مراقب مصري Egyptian Watchman, مريام جورج, مسيحية, مصر, مينا زكري, نجيب ساويرس You Will find The Proof That The Islamic Bak Magic Is a Fact…Not a Myth .Please notice The Left shoe of the Saudi King in This Photo Released By SANA The Syrian News Agency During the economic summit held because of the latest Israeli invasion of The Gaza Strip.Dated Jan.20, 2009.Courtsey of George Youssef. Founder of The Anti-Islamic Bak.I have Tons and Tons Of proofs.Do you Have A mossad Contact Or an FBI contact.I live in Toronto , Canada and I would like to see Muslims Pay for what they did Who they are and what They Have.
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    U.S. President Barack Obama walks off of Marine One as he prepares to board Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, for a trip to Canada, his first foreign trip since becoming president. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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    U.S. President Barack Obama walks in the rain from the Marine One helicopter with Col. Steven “Shep” Shepro, Commander of the 316th Wing and Installation Commander of Andrews Air Force Base, prior to boarding Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, en route to Ottawa, Canada, where he will meet with Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    Jean Daniel Chouloute, awaits the arrival of U.S. President Barack Obama, on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
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    Jackie Ward from Denman Island, British Columbia, awaits the arrival of U.S. President Barack Obama, on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Thursday, Feb., 19, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
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    U.S. President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Stephen Harper (right) wave to a crowd of people on Parliament Hill waiting to see a glimpse of the President upon his arrival, in Ottawa, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tom Hanson
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    President Barack Obama meets with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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    U.S. President Barack Obama (L) and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meet on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Feb. 19, 2009. REUTERS/Larry Downing
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    Prime Minister Stephen Harper, House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken (far left) and Senate Speaker Noel Kinsella (right) watch as U.S. President Barack Obama signs the guest book upon his arrival on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tom Hanson
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    U.S. President Barack Obama (L) and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meet on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Feb. 19, 2009. REUTERS/Larry Downing
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    Prime Minister Stephen Harper (right) greets U.S. President Barack Obama upon his arrival on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand
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    One province to roll out bill creating 50,000 new jobs Monday. A well-respected Royal commentator has criticised Prince William, seen here in 2008, for 'doing almost nothing'.  Photo:Adrian Dennis/AFP

    AFP Photo: A well-respected Royal commentator has criticised Prince William, seen here in 2008, for ‘doing almost… LONDON (AFP) – A well-respected Royal commentator has criticised Prince William for “doing almost nothing” in a documentary to be aired on Monday. 
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    James Whitaker is shown telling Channel 4’s “Dispatches” that William — who is second-in-line to the throne — “really should be doing more”.

     

    William completed just 14 engagements in 2007, five of which were football or rugby matches. Prince Charles, carried out 84 appointments at William’s age.

     

    “I’m sorry, but as second in line of succession to the throne, he really should be doing more,” Whitaker claimed.

     

    A spokeswoman from St James’s and Buckingham Palace — which represent the two princes — defended William, saying that the documentary was unbalanced and unfair.

     

    “Prince William has been a full-time officer since 2005. During this time he has continued to carry out a number of public engagements and has also increased his charitable commitments,” she said.

     

    “We think the “Dispatches” documentary is an unbalanced and one-sided examination.” Whitaker also criticised the Duke of York for using a helicopter to fly 70 miles for the opening of a bridge.A well-respected Royal commentator has criticised Prince William, seen here in 2008, for 'doing almost nothing'.  Photo:Adrian Dennis/AFP

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    When you wear jeans too sizes too small, you are bound to get the “sausage” leg look.

     

    The last time I tried on skin tight jeans like that, the button popped off and flew across the room. Let’s hope that hasn’t happened to any of the 9 girls from Girls Generation.  All members were at hand to meet and greet with fans to celebrate the release of their minialbum, “Gee” at Mokdong on February 21st.نجيب ساويرس،

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    لأ يا مما علييا النعمة‏ دا هييا إللي بحبها – محمد هنيدي

    You Will find The Proof That The Islamic Bak Magic Is a Fact…Not a Myth .Please notice The Left shoe of the Saudi King in This Photo Released By SANA The Syrian News Agency During the economic summit held because of the latest Israeli invasion of The Gaza Strip.Dated Jan.20, 2009.Courtsey of George Youssef. Founder of The Anti-Islamic Bak.I have Tons and Tons Of proofs.Do you Have A mossad Contact Or an FBI contact.I live in Toronto , Canada and I would like to see Muslims Pay for what they did Who they are and what They Have.

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    لأ يا مما علييا النعمة‏ دا هييا إللي بحبها – محمد هنيدي

    You Will find The Proof That The Islamic Bak Magic Is a Fact…Not a Myth .Please notice The Left shoe of the Saudi King in This Photo Released By SANA The Syrian News Agency During the economic summit held because of the latest Israeli invasion of The Gaza Strip.Dated Jan.20, 2009.Courtsey of George Youssef. Founder of The Anti-Islamic Bak.I have Tons and Tons Of proofs.Do you Have A mossad Contact Or an FBI contact.I live in Toronto , Canada and I would like to see Muslims Pay for what they did Who they are and what They Have.
    نجيب ساويرس،