Saturday, July 4, 2009
The problem for the fraudsters is that most users quickly realize something is amiss when they search for something on Google and it is instead displayed on some other (and likely unfamiliar) site.But the hackers behind the new Nine Ball attack have figured out how to disguise their click fraud scheme by using Google's AdSense for Search program.
The Google product allows users to put a Google search box on their page, and the company profits by collecting commission on ads displayed alongside the results.
FFSearcher, as the new scheme is called, has found a hole in the system that allows it to hijack all searches on Google and redirect them through a custom AdSense search.
That means that search results are displayed with little evidence that the data is being intercepted by a third party. The fraud is even harder to recognize since FFSearcher doesn't point you towards other malicious sites, it simply collects revenue if a searcher clicks on ads displayed on the results page.
SecureWorks has alerted Google to the fraud, and Google has begun shutting down AdSense accounts associated with it. Unfortunately, FFSearcher has the ability to switch accounts, meaning Google may simply be engaging in a wild goose chase.
Thankfully, there are ways to detect an infection. AdSense searches don't appear exactly the same as a standard Google search.
If your search results page doesn't display a total number of results, you may have been a victim of FFSearcher. If you think you have been compromised by FFSearcher, run anti-malware programs (yes, plural) such as Spybot, AVG, or -- for the more advanced among you -- HijackThis. [From: Washington Post, via SlashDot]
I don't see it as news at all and frankly everyone in this nation should be completely pissed-off that we have absolutely no news reported from the MSM on a captured U.S. soldier that is/was fighting for our freedoms that we are losing daily along with Korea firing missiles while the MSM reports on Michael Jackson.
It seams as if they are not reporting real news as it does not fit their agenda, their puppet hussein obama is failing fast so the M.J. death came right on time so they don't have to report on the white house blunder.
Joe Biden is visiting his son in Iraq and the MSM does do a snip here and there on that, now what if it was Bidens son that was captured? Hmmmmm..
POCOMOKE CITY, Md. -- The Pocomoke City Industrial Park may get a new name.
"Use something more 21st century and more flexible," said U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., at a meeting with the Worcester County Commissioners on Tuesday.
Instead, the senator suggested, why not call the area an "enterprise park" or something else that denotes the technological and modern conveniences that are being integrated into the facility.
With a new broadband Internet line -- part of the Maryland Broadband Cooperative project -- and infrastructure money for green buildings, the park is an example of the amenities Worcester County officials and Mikulski agreed need expanding as companies serving the growing activities at NASA's Wallops Island Flight Facility seek their own locations nearby.
Wallops' Mid-Atlantic Regional spaceport will be the launch site for Orbital Science Corporation's Taurus II rocket program -- a 130-foot rocket that will take supplies, food, medicine and spare parts to the international space station -- and Mikulski said the project can spur local economic growth. Mikulski on Monday attended a groundbreaking ceremony for a new launchpad to support the Orbital project.
"It's all part of looking at how we can have jobs here on the Eastern Shore," Mikulski said, stressing the importance of digital and more traditional local commerce. Construction of the launch facility is expected to create nearly 300 new jobs in the near future and bring another 400 high-tech jobs to the area by 2010.
To lure those companies north of the Virginia border, Worcester County Commissioners President Louise Gulyas said local officials are "chomping at the bit to help them have what they need."
But Accomack County and state officials also are eager to bring to Virginia the jobs and dollars that will come along with the Orbital project and other commercial ventures expected to use the spaceport in the future. They hope to lure business to the newly created Wallops Research Park, located on over 200 acres just outside NASA's main gate.
Accomack County Board of Supervisors Chairman Steve Mallette along with NASA and Marine Science Consortium officials two months ago -- after a decade-long effort -- signed the document legally forming the park, which is a cooperative effort of the three entities.
The Marine Science Consortium, which has been at Wallops since 1971, recently held a groundbreaking on a $15 million campus renovation and plans to expand its scope to reflect its new association with NASA and the park.
BaySys Technologies, a company which specializes in installing luxury interiors in airplanes, and Navy contractor Northrup Grumman are the first two park tenants. The research park master plan also includes a workforce training and business incubator facility on the site.
Officials expect to hear this fall whether a federal appropriation to pay for construction of a $4 million taxiway linking the research park with a NASA runway will be approved.
Additionally, an open access fiber network is being constructed through the Eastern Shore Broadband Initiative that will make broadband service available to park tenants.
In additional efforts north of the state line, along with improvements to the Pocomoke City Industrial Park and the laying of broadband cables throughout the county, Worcester County has plans for a rail link from the Eastern Shore of Virginia to Frankford, Del. The railroad would follow an existing track, which serves the Tyson Foods Inc. chicken feed facility in Snow Hill and parts of the southern end of the county.
Jerry Redden, the director of economic development for the county, explained the project to Mikulski, asking for help in acquiring federal transportation stimulus money for improvements to the aged infrastructure and to connect Pocomoke City and Wallops Island into the rail system.
"What we are talking about here is a track that goes from Pocomoke City to Wallops Island for these rockets," Redden said.
While Mikulski seemed to approve of the idea --- mentioning that it was good for high-tech jobs and traditional agriculture -- she said the county would have to "flesh it out" with Wallops and the other stakeholders before she would back the plan.
"This is a big deal," she said. "It's not only who can do it, it's who will own the rail, it's who will maintain the rail."
The senator's infrastructure priorities are the availability of broadband Internet for businesses, schools and residents; improvements to wastewater facilities; and the expansion of Route 113. Mikulski told commissioners to actively appeal to the governor and state agencies for stimulus money for wastewater projects. She also said an additional $2 million was being allocated for phase three of the highway dualization project and that reliable high-speed Internet may help to spur the local economy and reduce the "staggering" 15 percent unemployment rate.
"I've thought very much about broadband for the Eastern Shore and western Maryland, and it really is going to be our information superhighway," she said.
Friday, July 3, 2009
Is history repeating itself? Does this sound familiar?
Independence Day is the national holiday of the United States of America commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
At the time of the signing the US consisted of 13 colonies under the rule of England's King George III. There was growing unrest in the colonies concerning the taxes that had to be paid to England. This was commonly referred to as "Taxation without Representation" as the colonists did not have any representation in the English Parliament and had no say in what went on. As the unrest grew in the colonies, King George sent extra troops to help control any rebellion. In 1774 the 13 colonies sent delegates to Philadelphia Pennsylvania to form the First Continental Congress. The delegates were unhappy with England, but were not yet ready to declare war.
In April 1775 as the King's troops advanced on Concord Massachusetts Paul Revere would sound the alarm that "The British are coming, the British are coming" as he rode his horse through the late night streets.
The battle of Concord and its "shot heard round the world" would mark the unofficial beginning of the colonies war for Independence.
The following May the colonies again sent delegates to the Second Continental Congress. For almost a year the congress tried to work out its differences with England, again without formally declaring war.
By June 1776 their efforts had become hopeless and a committee was formed to compose a formal declaration of independence. Headed by Thomas Jefferson, the committee included John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Robert R. Livingston and Roger Sherman. Thomas Jefferson was chosen to write the first draft which was presented to the congress on June 28. After various changes a vote was taken late in the afternoon of July 4th. Of the 13 colonies, 9 voted in favor of the Declaration, 2 - Pennsylvania and South Carolina voted No, Delaware undecided and New York abstained.
To make it official John Hancock, President of the Continental Congress, signed the Declaration of Independence. It is said that John Hancock signed his name "with a great flourish" so "King George can read that without spectacles!."
The following day copies of the Declaration were distributed. The first newspaper to print the Declaration was the Pennsylvania Evening Post on July 6, 1776. On July 8th the Declaration had its first public reading in Philadelphia's Independence Square. Twice that day the Declaration was read to cheering crowds and pealing church bells. Even the bell in Independence Hall was rung. The "Province Bell" would later be renamed "Liberty Bell" after its inscription -
Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants Thereof
And although the signing of the Declaration was not completed until August, the 4th of July has been accepted as the official anniversary of United States independence. The first Independence Day celebration took place the following year - July 4 1777. By the early 1800s the traditions of parades, picnics, and fireworks were established as the way to celebrate America's birthday. And although fireworks have been banned in most places because of their danger, most towns and cities usually have big firework displays for all to see and enjoy.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
A local man faces fines due to unsafe levels of lead inside a home he was renting, according to the Maryland Department of the Environment.
MDE says it was spurred by a third-party complaint that two units at 204 Walnut Street in Pocomoke City contained high levels of lead throughout the house. The organization says it inspected the residence and then issued a fine of $15,000 to Berlin resident John Jay Cox.
Maryland state property records show the house was built in 1920 and is owned by Cox. Cox could not be reached for comment by phone or at his home.
MDE says Cox was renting rooms and didn't take steps to remove the sources of lead, which MDE says is against the law.
"The property owner had not complied with the state law which requires registration of properties, pre-1950 rental properties, and doing risk reduction treatments before tenants can occupy those properties," said Alvin Bowles, a program manager with MDE.
The fine was issued in April and since then, MDE says Cox has appealed it. Neighbors say besides concerns of lead paint in the house, there was also a fire that destroyed part of the home in May.
Walter Eskiewicz, who lives in an adjacent home, said he had to rescue the occupants from the home when it caught on fire.
"The place was filling up with smoke and oddly enough I didn't even hear a smoke detector," he said. "But eventually we got everyone out before the fire department got here."
The house is now condemned with part of the building charred from the fire. There are also broken windows and litter scattered throughout the yard. Doctors say lead poisoning from things like lead dust particles or paint chips can be serious.
"The big bad problem is brain problems: Mental retardation, problems with thinking and processing," said Dr. Geraldine Goertzen.
Dr. Goertzen said anemia can also be a concern with lead poisoning.
Cambridge Woman Gives Birth in Portable Toilet
Authorities say a 44-year-old Cambridge woman is facing child abuse and related charges after giving birth to a baby girl in a portable toilet and then abandoning her.
On Monday at around 9:39 a.m., Cambridge police officers and Cambridge EMS responded to Long Wharf Park for a 911 call regarding a childbirth incident.
According to police, officers learned that 44-year-old Candy Michelle Vigneri gave birth to a baby girl in a portable toilet located on the east side of Long Wharf Park.
Police say that after giving birth, Vigneri left the infant in the portable toilet. A short time later a witness arrived in the area and was able to dial for emergency assistance. Both Vigneri and the infant were transported by ambulance to Easton Memorial Hospital for treatment.
The infant is listed in stable condition and will be released to the custody of Social Services, according to police.
On Wednesday, Vigneri was released from medical treatment and subsequently arrested and charged with first- and second-degree child abuse and reckless endangerment. Bond information was not immediately available.
Bridgestone is recalling 127,000 Firestone tires sold in 2007 and 2008 -- nearly doubling an earlier recall of tires from the same line, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced.
All the tires involved are FR380 P235/75R15.Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC, formerly known as Bridgestone Firestone North America, said the tread base of the tires was not made correctly and could cause tread separation and loss of control of a vehicle after extended use.
No incidents have been reported, the company told NHTSA.In the fall, the company recalled more than 162,000 tires made in 2006 and 2007 for the same reason. All the tires being recalled were made at the company's plant in Costa Rica. Bridgestone told NHTSA the problem was remedied at the plant in July 2008.
For anyone with the affected tires, Firestone is supposed to notify owners that they will be replaced for free -- including mounting and balancing.
The replacement tires can be obtained at authorized Firestone dealers or company owned stores, including Firestone Complete Auto Care and TiresPlus.
Tire owners can also call Bridgestone at 800-465-1904 or visit the company web site.Firestone also told the government it will reimburse customers who incurred costs related to the recalled tires.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
This is no doubt the best BBQ chicken ever, the platter usually comes with tater salad and baked beans, they also have sweet corn on the cob for a small extra fee.
Stop by US 13 south bound across from Midway Chevrolet and support our local firemen, you wont be disappointed when you start on that finger lick'n good BBQ chicken.
It starts this Friday the 3rd and runs thru the 5th according to the fireman's website
Judgement was withheld until a presentence report is completed for David Loder, 48, of Accomac, who is charged with giving a false statement on a firearm purchase and possession of a firearm by a felon.
In Northampton Circuit Court, Etta Marie Brady, 20, of Machipongo pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of breaking and entering, as well as grand larceny and petty larceny. According to Commonwealth’s Attorney Bruce Jones, sentencing was deferred until a presentence report is prepared.
A presentence report also was ordered for Justin Scott Brady, 20, of Machipongo, who pleaded guilty to three counts of breaking and entering, two counts of grand larceny, and one count of petty larceny.
Carlos Rogelio Gabriel, 25, of Accomac was sentenced for a previous conviction on two counts of forging a public document, to five years on each count, with all but one year suspended, to run consecutively. Gabriel also was sentenced to 12 months and fined $500 for driving under the influence, and was sentenced to six months for driving without a license, with all but one month suspended, and fined $250, with the sentences to run consecutively with the forgery charges, for a total of two years and one month to serve.
The 60-year-old Hallwood man was tried in Accomack General District Court after his neighbor, Bonnie Merritt, claimed Smith “has been stalking and taking pictures of me and my family for over a year.”
Smith said he was acquitted because it is not illegal to take pictures in Virginia. He said it didn’t constitute stalking and added, “It might be annoying and all that. If they didn’t do things wrong, I wouldn’t have to take their picture.”
Smith contended that he is harassed by the Merritts because they dispute the shared boundary lines.
Officials at Chicago's O'Hare airport told 17-year-old Jon Meier the chewed-on document was fine, but authorities in Miami rejected it and wouldn't let him board the southbound aircraft.
His family's 1-year-old golden retriever, Sunshine, chewed a corner of the document, obscuring some numbers. Meier couldn't get another passport in time to join the trip with his Spanish class from Eau Claire North High School. The 12-day trip ended Monday.
Meier says he can't blame anyone, not even Sunshine: "I love her too much."
Senior citizen Frank Corti, 72, a former junior boxing champion is still a bit handy with his dukes.
And when he spotted the aforementioned intruder, Gregory McCalium, in his hallway he sprang into action and delivered two right hooks.
The blows were so powerful that McCalium, who had just lunged at Mr Corti with the knife, was left looking like he had been in 'a car accident'.
The pensioner then restrained him until police arrived. He was jailed for four and a half years yesterday after a judge told him he had 'got what he deserved'.
After sentencing, Mr Corti said: 'I was scared when he first drew the knife but most people would have acted in the same way. If you can't defend what's yours, where are we at?'
Oxford Crown Court heard the break-in was the culmination of a long-running dispute over noise between the neighbours, who live in Botley, Oxford.
McCalium, a barman, was having a rowdy party at his house on August 18 last year when police turned up after a complaint from a neighbour.
McCalium assumed it had been made by Mr Corti - who won the National Association of Boys' Clubs Championship in Birmingham when he was 16 - and broke into his neighbour's home at 8am the following day.
Mr Corti, who was with his wife Margaret at the time, dodged out of the way of his attacker's lunge and punched him, giving him a black eye and a split lip, before subduing him.
McCalium was found guilty of aggravated burglary at a trial in March, during which he had claimed he could not remember the incident.
John Simmons, defending, said Mr Corti, who served with the Royal Engineers in North Africa from 1956-58, had received minor injuries during the confrontation.
He added: ' Photographs of the defendant showed what looked like a car accident and photos of the scene looked more like a murder scene.'
Recorder Angela Morris said: 'Luckily, Mr Corti was an able-bodied 72-year-old who was able to defend himself.
'The jury might well have concluded you got what you deserved when you entered that property and took a swipe at him with that weapon.
'The elderly and vulnerable people are entitled to demand the protection of courts from people like you who decide to take matters into your own hands and enter a property with a weapon.'
Mr Corti, a retired car worker, added: 'If needed to, I would do it again.'
During sentencing at Oxford Crown Court, Brian Payne, prosecuting, said: 'There was a struggle and it was clear Mr McCalium was intoxicated because his reactions were slow.
'It seems Mr McCalium ended up with far more serious injuries.'
After the sentencing, Detective Constable Jon Shaw said: 'Fortunately no-one was more injured in this incident but this was still a terrifying situation and McCalium must now pay for his actions.
'I hope that the victim, and his wife, might now be able to put this ordeal behind them and get on with their lives.'
During the trial, Mr Corti described how he had been woken during the night by noise from next door for several months before the incident.
He told the court: 'They would slam the doors, then they would start partying. You could hear shouting, screaming and music.'
Mr Corti said he called police when he found McCalium banging on the front door of his house at about 6.30am.
Two hours later, he said, he came downstairs and saw bar worker McCalium in his hallway.
Mr Corti said: 'The accused produced a knife. It was no ordinary knife, it was more like a six-bladed knuckle duster.
'He made a slashing movement at me. I stepped back. He missed me, fortunately.'
Mr Corti said that while McCalium was off balance, he grabbed both of his wrists and managed to pin his arms against the wall.
He added he asked McCalium to drop the knife but he wouldn’t.
Mr Corti said: 'I shouted to my wife to ring the police.
'I was absolutely petrified.
'As I saw it, it was a matter of do or die so I let his wrists go. Fortunately the element of surprise was with me, so I adjusted my position and hit him with my right hand. It was just below the eye.
'I did not knock him out, but he was stunned. I heard the knife drop. We grappled. I was trying to drag him out of the back door. We both fell to the floor. I had to subdue him by punching him, which I did not take a great deal of pleasure in.”
The jury heard he then lay on top of McCalium until the police arrived.
Monday, June 29, 2009
The city had thrown out the results of a promotion test because no African Americans and only two Hispanics would have qualified for promotions. It said it feared a lawsuit from minorities under federal laws that said such “disparate impacts” on test results could be used to show discrimination.
In effect, the court was deciding when avoiding potential discrimination against one group amounted to actual discrimination against another.
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Several weeks ago and after three decades of Iranian hostility, President Barack Hussein Obama extended a July 4th invitation to their diplomats. That was two weeks before current events in Iran witnessed protesting students being beaten and shot, with at least 17 confirmed deaths.Yesterday and after a week of tepid excuses from Obama, he refused to rescind this invitation to Iranian government representatives, effectively legitimizing the brutal suppression of their own people.
House Passes "Climate Change" Bill Virtually UNREAD. Gives Government the Right to Control Every Aspect of American's Lives
Spearheaded by Barack Obama and strongly supported by House Speaker Democrat Nancy Pelosi and its two sponsors, Democrat Henry Waxman and Democrat Edward Markey, the bill now goes to the Senate.
Passage was close at 219-212 with only nine Republicans voting in favor and forty-four Democrats breaking ranks to vote against.
"We passed transformational legislation which takes us into the future," Pelosi said at a press conference following the vote, after she and other leaders took congratulatory phone calls from a jubilant Barack Hussein Obama and former Vice President Al Gore.
To Obama, it means that for the first time in American history, the Presidential bureaucracy and congress has the right to tax and control every aspect of your life, from what you wear, to what you eat. All but the wealthiest of Americans will be manipulated by an "approved" energy allotment for keeping cool or warm. It has the capacity to control the minutia of life.
To chief environmentalist huckster Al Gore (who has already made $100,000,000 on bogus science), it means his company will make untold millions through trading in carbon credits. To the American taxpayer, it means a lower standard of living through hundreds of billions in "hidden" taxes as the cost of living for Americans soars. It means loss of jobs, as corporate America outsources production to countries that needn't comply with American carbon regulations.
The bill now goes to the Senate where if approved, Obama's plans for transforming the American Republic into a tightly controlled police state dominated by Black Liberation Theology becomes a reality and the American era comes to an end.
Tell us where the fireworks and events are happening this weekend of the 4th.
If you plan on traveling away from home, don't forget the DUI check-points will be everywhere, and the MSP usually use a bucket truck to catch speeders in Westover at or near Allstate salvage.
This coming weekend is also the Pocomoke Fireman's chicken BBQ, the best BBQ chicken I've ever tasted.
Someone told me that the Pocomoke Fireman's chicken BBQ wouldn't be held at Nocks tire this year can anyone confirm this? If it's true where will it be held?
County officials say they have taken this step to provide additional means to warn the surrounding communities of imminent danger and the need to tune to either radio, television or the Internet for information in the event of emergencies.
Sirens are tested the first Saturday of each month. Residents will hear a steady alert tone sound at 10 a.m. for approximately one minute.
Officials say that since the end of the Cold War, most serious threats to areas of the Eastern Shore have been weather related, and the emergency alert sirens have gone unused. However, emergency alert sirens continue to be employed in tornado-prone areas of the country where they are used to warn residents that a tornado has been spotted and to take cover.
Officials say the reinstitution of the emergency alert siren in Worcester County can be viewed as an additional form of early warning system to protect area residents in the event of a disaster.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
WORCESTER, Mass. (June 28) -- A 7-year-old boy who authorities say was severely beaten by his dad on Father's Day has died in Massachusetts.
UMass Memorial Medical Center nursing supervisor Elaine Grady said Sunday that Nathaniel Turner was removed from a ventilator early Saturday morning.
Nathaniel was declared brain dead Tuesday after his father allegedly slammed the boy's head against a wall in his Worcester home so hard that it left a dent.
Leslie Schuler and his live-in girlfriend are charged with assault, but authorities have said they are now conducting a murder investigation. Their lawyers didn't immediately return phone calls seeking comment Sunday.
Results of an autopsy performed Saturday are expected in a few weeks.
Nathaniel had been living with his father since Memorial Day.
I suspect the poor woman will not have a job there for long …. She is way too intelligent and honest. She is seeing through Obama’s carefully crafted rhetoric and recognizes the horrendous implications of “making his own laws which oppose our Constitution”.
For those of us who have strong concerns over Obama’s shredding the Constitution by appointing 26 Czars without any congressional screening or approval …. And having them report ONLY to him ….. This is further proof of his incredible audacity.
Everything Obama condemned Bush for while campaigning …. HE is now not only doing BUT HAS INCREASED. He increased our deficit, increased the federal government, increased borrowing from other countries, increased spending, increased Unions power, took over businesses, insulted our foreign friends like England, and now is attempting to take over our health care system all in a matter of months.
BUT wait …. Here is one more outrageous evidence of his arrogance and intention to ignore our Constitution. EVERY American needs to be aware of what he is doing. Now please watch what this LIBERAL reporter has to say.
SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (June 27) - Authorities said a couple got into a fight using Cheetos. The Bedford County Sheriff's Department said 40-year-old James Earl Taylor and 44-year-old Mary S. Childers became involved in a 'verbal altercation.' Somehow, the orange puffy snacks were used in the assault.
Deputies said they were charged with domestic assault. No one was hurt.
According to the Shelbyville Times-Gazette, both posted bond of $2,500.
The popular product pusher Billy Mays has died.
His wife found Mays -- best known as the pitchman for OxiClean and star of many other TV infomercials -- unconscious in their Florida home, TMZ reports.
A source tells TMZ that the 50-year-old was at home last night and was "acting fine and normal ... he was talking business with his father-in-law."
"Although Billy lived a public life, we don't anticipate making any public statements over the next couple of days. Our family asks that you respect our privacy during these difficult times," Deborah Mays says in a statement.
Police do not suspect any foul play.
Authorities arrested Mark Musselwhite and charged him with public indecency last weekend after state Department of Natural Resources officers found him sitting nude at his Rabun County campsite.
Officers had received a complaint about a naked man walking along a nearby road earlier in the day, but the 43-year-old Musselwhite said he was not the same man. Musselwhite told the DNR officer he had been swimming in a nearby creek.
The ex-mayor was elected to the Gainesville City Council in 2000, where he served for six years, including a stint as mayor. He lost a bid for a state Senate seat in 2006.
Musselwhite could not be reached for comment by The Associated Press on Saturday.
This is exactly correct, we now have a "gangster government" and it's Chicago style of course.
The 4,000-square-yard cavern, buried about 10 yards beneath the desert near the ancient West Bank city of Jericho, was dug about 2,000 years ago and was in use for about half a millennium, archaeologist Adam Zertal said.
The cave's main hall, about three meters tall, is supported by some 20 stone pillars and has a variety of symbols etched into the walls, including crosses dating back to about AD 350 and Roman legionary emblems.
Zertal said his team from Haifa University first discovered the site three months ago while they were putting together a detailed archaeological map of the area.
"We saw a hole in the ground ... and went down and discovered this giant cavern, originally a quarry, built uniquely with hall after hall," Zertal told Reuters.
The team believes the stones were used in buildings and churches in the region, but Zertal said further research was necessary.
The site may eventually be turned into one of the largest underground tourist sites in the Holy Land, he said.
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