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Salim Hajjar, my great-uncle after whom I was called.
Note: Salim was a very fine gentleman of great virtue. After his death it was revealed by
many merchants that he was a secret benefactor to many needy families who never knew that he was
the one who provided them with their supplies during his lifetime.

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Salim is from Shalim, Phoenician god of dusk, whose place was Urushalim/Jerusalem
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