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The Hajj Fraud by PAGAN9JA(m): 10:23am On Aug 11, 2019
"The 'Hajj Fraud' by Saudi Arabia, on gullible Muslims worldwide, especially northern Nigerians:

The Saudis realized that Hajj is an income bringer, a tourism perpetua annualia, so they decided to bank on it, from the 1980s when it became real good income earner.

They refurbished the Haram, mosques in Madina and Makkah, and redesigned the tent city in Muzdalifa and Muna.

They then secured investments, from Intercontinental Hotels to reap in more, and gave citizens incentives to build more houses for rent, because they know, millions would come.

With 2-3m Hajjis coming, for Hajj, they know they cannot get 3m rams at one fell swoop, so they created tickets to buy, $200 for slaughter. You buy, you don't need to see your ram, Allah has already swallowed it.

They even tell you the meat went to poor countries, and with your IDPs they created, you never saw shipments of camel and cows, just Dates, sugar fruits, once. Then a small rumor that your govt does not accept meat into your country, on your behalf.

They make billions, in dollars, from purchases, Chinese goods, flights, hotels, tickets, 30day activity that is sure to revive any economy, even if without oil.

Sure you make money, hard earned, but then carry it over to your lords, Arabs, because a smart man, 1400 ago, foresaw that the 1000s year old abrahamic culture, could go global, if he sold it with more fun, flying horses."

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Re: The Hajj Fraud by 1Sharon(f): 7:29pm On Aug 11, 2019
Do they need a visa to go there?
Re: The Hajj Fraud by Amujale(m): 1:27am On Aug 12, 2019
When we wont study Arabian history, compare and contrast with what is been peddled by Abrahamic text.

When we refuse to learn of the real history of the Middle East.

Ask them, have they heard of Suleimon the Magnificient?

Have they heard of a person known as Sultan Saladin?

Those are probably amongst the most celebrated military minds in all of Arabian history.

And not some ficticious characters from inside of a bibliography.

Let us continuosly learn and study Arabian history in order to be freed from the fakery peddled by all these Abrahamic religions.
Re: The Hajj Fraud by Amujale(m): 1:30am On Aug 12, 2019
Historically, Arabians are absolute warmongers.

Yet, they attempt to hide these truth from the innocent onlooker by peddling fake history by means of their Abrahamic text.

In order to be presented with the real Arabian history, one must have to disregard all Abrahamic or Islamic related text.

Then, it becomes clearer that Arabia has two types of history running concurrently in the public domain.

(a) The true Arabian history i.e looting, stealing, warmongery and desecrating sacred sites all around the globe.

(b) Fakery, Manufactured history. i.e Abrahamic religious text.
Re: The Hajj Fraud by PAGAN9JA(m): 6:04am On Aug 15, 2019
There is also the Pre-islamic sparsely recorded history.

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Re: The Hajj Fraud by Amujale(m): 10:49am On Aug 15, 2019
There is also the Pre-islamic sparsely recorded history.

Precisely, and that is the real Arabian history.

i.e Alibaba and the fourty thieves e.t.c

The Islamic narrative is an unrealistic and disengenuous version of Arabian history.

Their true history is riddled with violence and warmongery, and nothing virtuous whatsover.

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