Swords Of Truth

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  • This song is named after a Palestine Islamist terrorist cell based in the Gaza Strip. In 2007 they were linked with the kidnap of BBC journalist Alan Johnston, who was released after 4 months as a result of Hamas' military occupation of Gaza.
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