Judgement Day Billboards seen on busy streets in Dubai
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Judgement Day Billboards seen on busy streets in Dubai

Dubai : United Arab Emirates | Apr 11, 2011 at 10:45 PM PDT
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Large billboards stating that May 21 2011 will be the judgment day were seen on the busy roads of Dubai much to the astonishment of every body.

Marie Sheahan media representative of Family Radio had come all the way from US to warn people about the judgment day mentioned in the Bible. And after the intervention of municipality the boards were removed.

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swarnam is based in Sharjah, aš-Šāriqah, United Arab Emirates, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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