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Jerusalem's Greek patriarch waging PR campaign to defend bargain-priced land sales

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Article/book #: 372469
Title: Jerusalem's Greek patriarch waging PR campaign to defend bargain-priced land sales
By: Nir Hasson  
Published in: Ha’aretz, volume TESTING
Date of issue: Thursday, 26 October 2017

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