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To Ms. Moulds !!!

Reader comment on item: Israeli Arabs in High Places
in response to reader comment: What's in a song?

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Mar 11, 2008 at 22:21

Rebecca, you have been everywhere!

What in intellectual Asset you hold, not to say the TeraGlot (an amplification of Polyglot- (needless for you but needed for others to say what it means) you may be.

Congrats what a richness!!! Lucky You!

And see….A Jew can easily sing "O Tannenbaum"….All kinds, for the sake of the music itself can sing others' religious music ….

Best,

Ynnatchkah

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