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Siloam is an ancient Greek name derived from the more ancient Hebrew Shiloah. the Arabic: Silwan, was derived form the Greek, Siloam. It is an ancient site in Jerusalem, south of the Old City. (Wikipedia)

Biblical Siloam has been honored for its healing pool in Jerusalem.
The angel passed throught the Pool of Siloam and the bind were healed.
by Tigrrr April 28, 2010

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