Hi Philly Jew, as well as Liberthal. I fear that you are wasting your time. Attempting to educate Dutch as well as her new sidekick Marlene is a useless endeavour. these young ladies are reminiscent of the ladies who would watch capital punsihments in Paris, screaming guilotine! As for the name Palestine, it had Roman roots coming from the Pheonecians, their name stemming from the Aramaic and Hebrew phelash, which means invader. Phelashim, means invaders from the water (sea). the name Palestine then fell into disuse, other than by Christian elements which found it important to seperate Jesus from israel. The Crusaders called this area Palestine, as well as the Jews when they tried to convince European governements to help their cuase in the late 1800's. The Brits adopted the name as well when they conquered the area from the turks in WW I. Under the Turks the area was called Greater Syria, or southern Syria. Damscus was the regional capital.
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