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Get your facts right hommie

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Submitted by kism (Australia), Apr 11, 2011 at 07:23

What are you talking about. the Canaanites have always lived on the land, the jews (jacob for example moved to can 'an modern day Palestine and married a cananate women Joseph's mother so basically they integrated but that doesn't mean it was Jewish land and that they were the only ones that lived there, the inhibitors of the land were Canaanites who are the Palestinians today :) so dont give me your ... rhetorical questions that prove nothing. thank you.

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