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The obverse side of the Israeli 10 agorot coin - The ten agorot controversy was a conspiracy theory in 1988 in which Palestine Liberation Organization chairman Yasser Arafat claimed that the obverse design of an Israeli coin worth ten agorot showed a map of "Greater Israel" that represented Zionist expansionist goals..The Bank of Israel maintains that the 10 agorot design was selected for its historical value, and "was closely patterned after a coin issued in 37-40 BC by Mattathias Antigonus II, the last Hasmonean King".
The obverse side of the Israeli 10 agorot coin - The ten agorot controversy was a conspiracy theory in 1988 in which Palestine Liberation Organization chairman Yasser Arafat claimed that the obverse design of an Israeli coin worth ten agorot showed a map of "Greater Israel" that represented Zionist expansionist goals..The Bank of Israel maintains that the 10 agorot design was selected for its historical value, and "was closely patterned after a coin issued in 37-40 BC by...
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