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The Inheritence. الميراث

الكاتبة: سحر خليفة
تاريخ: ١٩٩٧
مكان: فلسطين الضفة، عرب الولايات المتحدة ١٩٩٠
صفحة: ٣١٧

الولد بيحجب الميراث، من غير ولد عمك بيورث. فاهمه شو بقول؟


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