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Israel: The Pomegranate

Hatam Kanaaneh, who blogs at A Doctor in Galilee, writes about the pomegranate: “Rumman – Arabic for pomegranate, originally the Pharonic name for the Iranian native fruit – has a special romantic ring to it in my heart.”

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  • Thanks for introducing me to this blog, Ayesha. An interesting post by Dr. Kanaaneh on pomegranantes and his associations with them throughout his life.

    ~ Maya
    (GVO, Israel)

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