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Who put "Mecca" in the middle of the desert, and the masses of Muslims circulating the black-rock-containing black Kaaba cube, which the people of Israel happen to have on their foreheads? Are they the same people who own the axis of control - the Vatican (religion/scriptures), the City of London (finance) and Washington DC (politics)? And the newer centers of control - Hollywood and Silicon Valley? Maybe it's time to correct back to Petra. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuE-QbUepT0
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