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Thank you and typo you may wish to change

Reader comment on item: Israel's Predicament at 60: World's worst neighbourhood
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Submitted by Louis Goins (United States), Sep 13, 2016 at 12:36

I appreciate very much your research. I hope my mention of a typo does not come across as critical; the research you have done is very helpful. I do want to mention in case it has not been mentioned and possibly you can update it; you mention the chapter of the suffering servant as Isaiah 63 instead of 53,

Thank you

Louis

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