History of religious liberty

Excerpt from Links

Here is a good paragraph from Links by Nuruddin Farah.

"Truth-telling" sits awkwardly on evil men, Jeebleh thought. Caloosha's distended belly was filled with sentiments of war and wickedness, which was why he looked so ugly, and so unhealthy. Attrition retarded his brain, evil dulled his imagination, did not sharpen it.


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