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The following photo was posted in the Citizens for secular democracy, Pakistan Facebook group.

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It claims Saudi author Muhammad al-Arifi said:

ARABS are the true Muslims and the true descendants of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)..

"Non—Arabs who without shame, called themselves Muslims are just plain Converts whom are lowly cowards with unhonourable souls That were overwhelmed with ease by the Swords of Allah, thus they deserved to be called as our Dogs."

The authenticity of the quote is disputed in this Reddit/Islam post.

I came across this image on twitter. Who is this man ? Is there any relevance in what he is saying ? Thanks in advance.

The second comment to the R/Islam post says:

I genuinely doubt he said this.

Is this quote authentic?

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    And this twitter makes it look like it is from 30 August 2015 or before twitter.com/amisri/status/638167456414986241 – DavePhD Jan 5 '17 at 15:31
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    Re "...the true descendants of Prophet Muhammad...", doesn't that rather glaringly ignore the fact that few (if any) of Muhammad's children were numbered among the original Muslims? And that the majority of Arabs were likewise "overwhelmed with ease by the Swords of Allah"? (Though the "with ease" part is arguable.) Or indeed, that one could apply the very same argument, in reverse, to Israel and the Arab world :-) – jamesqf Jan 5 '17 at 19:51
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    It might improve the question if you a) added a brief explanation of just who Muhammad al-Arifi is; and b) clarify whether you're asking about the statement, or whether the statement was made by this particular person? – jamesqf Jan 5 '17 at 22:36
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    @jamesqf: It is widely used here to provide context by defining uncontroversial terms that might not be familiar to all readers. That's how it is being used in this question. It is also sometimes used in questions as evidence of notability. – Oddthinking Jan 6 '17 at 7:41

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