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    • Rodrigo
    • 14.10.07 | 19:15 (IST)

    Jorge, I am afraid I cannot go ahead with this debate with you. By what you wrote I suspect you are driven by religious considerations and this is beyond my capacity of discussion. The presence of other peoples in the region is extensively documented and registered by thousands of historians, archeologists, etc. Jews may have preceded Pals, no question about that, but I would never affirm based on science evidences that Jews were the first people in the land. Sorry, dude, this is on the realm of wishful thinking.

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