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Of Rats and Hemorrhoids
The Plishtim or Philistines captured the Ahron Kodesh from the Jews (Shmuel I Chapter 5), then they returned it with a gift of golden rats and hemorrhoids as that was what they were punished with for ...
Oct 11 '11 at 6:44
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