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Submitted by Srul (Israel), Sep 9, 2009 at 17:13

Theres a reason one of the names of jerusalem is City of david, david the king built the wall that surrounds jerusalem and most parts of the ancient city, although through history jerusalem was under the occupation of many states it still resembles the original city that david built, and by the way... jerusalem is mentioned so many times in the torah that I cant even start writing it down... just search for "jerusalem", "city of david" , "zion", and more..

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