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    • Abu Firas AL Qudsi
    • 27.09.07 | 22:03 (IST)

    Yes Dave there is a middle ground. It's called living as equals in peace and dignity not as a third class subject discriminated against in our own land. As for the suffering, I don?t think we are going to suffer alone. You see Dave we have a saying in Arabic that translate something like this: if you are standing by the sea, don?t try and count the waves since there will always be more waves coming than you could possibly count. In life there is no such thing as a perpetual winner or loser since life has its ups and downs so things can change. Today?s winner could become tomorrow's loser and vice versa

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