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Prof. Abraham Sion: To Whom Was The Promised Land Promised?

Shmuel Rosner is an Israeli columnist, editor, and researcher. He is the editor of the research and data-journalism website themadad.com, and is the political editor of the Jewish Journal.

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Shmuel Rosner and Shanni Suissa
Shmuel Rosner is an Israeli columnist, editor, and researcher. He is the editor of the research and data-journalism website themadad.com, and is the political editor of the Jewish Journal.

Abraham A. Sion is Professor Emeritus at Ariel University where for over a decade he chaired the Center for Law and Mass Media.

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