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what is the name of the tree?

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Submitted by ButtonGreen (United States), Jun 30, 2009 at 14:32

I liked your mentioning the trees crying out "Hey there is Jew Behind me, come and kill him." But what is the name of the tree that won't tell the Muslims? Maybe the Jews should start planting them all over Israel. Then when the nukes fall, they can have a tree shelter from the blasts. (all in jest) ;-)

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