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If we investgate the word Translation

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Submitted by Sheik Melvin M. Velines-Bey (United States), Feb 3, 2014 at 14:12

If the word Seal is a good Translation in order to certify a signature or authenticate

And how can we use the word Jew when the letter (J) was not in existence in the Hebrew Language not to mention the true meaning of Hebrew (Eber). I would also like to state that All Jews are Hebrews but All Hebrews are not Jews. All of which are documented Facts.

Shiek Melvin M. Velines-Bey

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