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We explored this idea in prior essays

Reader comment on: Happy Birthday, Israel

Submitted by Robert B. Sklaroff, M.D. (United States), Apr 17, 2013 07:45

Mr. Steve Feldman and I published two articles that mirror the sentiments in this piece [particularly the quote "In national terms, Israel is much older, first sovereign in 1020 BCE"].

We would welcome support for the specific idea of creating an annual holiday to celebrate the "establishment" of the ancient state of Israel [on the 10th of Nisan], which Mr. Feldman dubbed "Yom Knisa," short for "Yom Knisa la'aretz" or "The Day of the Entering Into the Land." [Joshua 3:14-17]

http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/04/a_holiday_for_the_ages_and_tod.html

http://www.doctor-bob.biz/AA-Political%20Essays/Foreign%20Affairs/israel.htm


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