When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Be sure to write (right) while you read (re-add) so we know if it double checks; xref: “What does it say? What should it say?”

If they were really familiar with this belief system, they would remember that the first word of revelation in the Quran is “Iqra” (read), and would therefore refrain from bombing girls’ schools.

Perfect example. Now what does the word ‘read’ mean? You can ‘read’ body language, you can read tracks on a trail. You can read alpha-numeric symbols, you can read the signs of the weather, you can read an expression. To the degree who thinks who has proven whose case simply by citing the word ‘read’ and referring it ONLY to an alpha-numeric context underlines the fear of the Taleban that who wants to separate their children from the wider lexicon of ‘reading’ and make them dependent upon who will eventually steal their land and resources as per US CIA director DHP testimony before the US House of Representatives Armed Services Commitee where you, DHP, offered the trillion dollars worth of resources in Afghanistan as an incentive for the US Congress to keep funding your loosing efforts.
===========Null Hypothesis:
Note current microsoft ad now is using whose logic, “What does it say? What should it say?” by adapting it to a name tag and crossing out the ‘is’ and inserting ‘should be’ re: “My name is…” and then it adds job categories. Another perfect example of what Taleban and many fear – the pyramid builders stealing whose children and making their identity be to serve them rather than continue up the chain of command THROUGH them to and and from the one God, the one, 100% independence, who or why, can stand alone, or stand with any.

Be sure to write (right) while you read (re-add) so we know if it double checks; xref: “What does it say? What should it say?”

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