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Submitted by dancer (United States), Mar 8, 2006 at 16:36

Jesus, as both geneologies clearly show, is the Jewish descendant of David, King of Israel back before Islam was ever begun. Certainly he spoke Aramaic and Hebrew, and probably Greek and Latin as well. "Shalom Aleichem" can be translated "peace be with you" --but it certainly predates the crucifiction and resurrection.

Horror of horrors. them's *Jewish* words that the bedu borrows!

/silly jokes
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