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Tag: Ziony Zevit
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October 18, 2001 | 8:00 pm
Right after Pesach last year, Ziony Zevit got a string of phone calls in Jerusalem, where he was on sabbatical from his position as a professor of biblical literature and Semitic languages at the University of Judaism (UJ).
"Have you heard?"
The callers' questions were in reference...
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