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From Israel to Damascus: The Painful Road of Blood, Betrayal and Deception

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From Israel to Damascus. The painful Road of Blood, Betrayal and Deception. This book has been written by Robert Maroun Hatem, known as Cobra. Cobra currently resides in France as a political refugee. In pursuit of honor, justice, and a free morale, Robert Maroun Hatem, broke the code of silence about the unacceptable, the world of tragedy, corruption, crime and darkness u ...more
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Published May 27th 1999 by Vanderblumen Publications
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