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Miscellaneous - Jewish People And Earth
Submitted by Miriam Langdon  Answered by Revach Editor
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There are many explantions.  One nice one I heard, is that the sand no matter how much you trounce upon it, nothing happens to it.  It remains the same and can never be destroyed.  Many nations have tried to stamp us out but to their dismay all the stomping and kicking does not ultimately help.

If you here anything else nice, please share it with us!

posted:2010-02-04 13:38:07

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