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Israel should turn back to Jehovah

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Submitted by David Teeter (United States), Jul 21, 2008 at 10:35

I believe that the more Israel leaves their God and a become secular country the more probems they will have from the Arabs. The more they turn to Jehovah the less problems they will have with the Arabs.

It is as plain as that, so what is it going to be more secular -more prblems, more of Jehovah-less problems. ISRAEL IT IS YOUR CHOICE, WHAT IS IT GOING TO BE?

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