PASSOVER: Denying The Holocaust of Ancient Israelites

“Even With archeology aside and relying only on your sane mind you would still reach the same conclusion; the exodus never happened”

Dr. Ashraf Ezzat

History is passed over at the Jewish Passover

 

The Exodus from Egypt, a story refuted by historians and archeologists.

What is Passover?

Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is an eight-day spring holiday that celebrates the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt.
What is the Exodus?

It is the story of the departure of the Israelites from ancient Egypt described in the Hebrew Bible.
The Hebrew Bible is the pride and joy of every Jew. It is the book of Yahweh, their chosen God, as they are his chosen people.
In Judaism, all the tales of kings and prophets, of conquests and defeats, of captivity and Diaspora and of a united kingdom and some holy temple, it all depended on this ancient story of enslavement and suffering of the ancient Israelites in Egypt under an allegedly ruthless and heathen Egyptian king, or what the Hebrew Bible mistakenly called Pharaoh.

But strange enough, and according to historians of the ancient Near East, Egypt was no land of the heathens, On the contrary, it was exactly in Egypt where the human conscience dawned on earth. The ancient Egyptian civilization which sprouted along the banks of the river Nile, had been mostly of religious and ethical legacy that heavily influenced the way religion had evolved on earth.
This story of exodus is the corner stone of the Israelites’ narrative throughout history; it is their favorite ancient melodrama upon which they claimed divine rights to the land of ancient Canaan.

They simply stripped the fertile portion of the land from its indigenous Canaanites and proclaimed it theirs by Yahweh’s decree. In a way that carries gloomy echoes of the present day story of the land grab and the ethnic cleansing of the descendants of Canaanites, the Palestinians, by the modern Jews, the Israelis.

Following the WWII, the modern Jews used, or rather exploited, the story of the calamity of the mass killing and the concentration camps as a non- negotiable pretext to displace the Palestinians and take their land to be their new Zionist state declared by a biased UN decree.
Likewise, the ancient Israelites embarked on their imaginary narrative of an ancient kingdom after they had successfully fled out of the horrors and years of alleged torture and persecution in ancient Egypt.

Ancient holocaust

Two million Israelites exited Egypt without leaving any archeological trace

In a way, the Exodus after years of unbearable suffering and humiliation on the hands of the Egyptian empire seemed as if it was the Holocaust of the ancient Israelites but with sparing the ovens’ part.

But while we have historical evidence of the holocaust, which the Zionist media managed to augment dramatically, the suffering of the Israelites in ancient Egypt and the exodus stand refuted and totally unsubstantiated as far as history is concerned.

A century of research by renowned archaeologists and Egyptologists has found no evidence, what so ever, which can be directly related to the Exodus narrative of an Egyptian captivity and the escape and travels, for 40 years, through the wilderness of Sinai.

Even more, throughout the entire and long span of the ancient Egyptian kingdom (3100-332 BC) there had been absolutely no mention or any evidence of Egyptians mistreating or isolating foreigners in certain ghettoes. On the contrary Egypt was the world trade center of the ancient times with its markets and trade routes replete with foreigners from the Far East, the Mediterranean coast and the African horn in the south.

According to Exodus 12:37-38, the Israelites numbered “about six hundred thousand men on foot, besides women and children,” plus many non-Israelites and livestock. Numbers 1:46 gives a more precise total of 603,550. The 600,000, plus wives, children, the elderly, and the “mixed multitude” of non-Israelites would have numbered some 2 million people.

A crowd of that multitude couldn’t have passed through the peninsula of Sinai at the eastern Egyptian borders uncommented upon or without leaving an archeological trace. But that what we have on hand, as modern archeologists- including Israelis– have declared after failing to find any shred of historical evidence of the exodus or the encampment for 40 years in Sinai. They found not a piece of broken pottery or a small bone or even a left behind vessel, absolutely nothing.

And while history is unable to recall any memories of the Exodus and archeology refutes it ever happened in the first place, the Hebrew Bible laden with historical anachronisms remains the only source of information behind this imaginary mega-event.
Even With archeology aside and relying only on your sane mind you would still reach the same conclusion; the exodus never happened.

Zombie revenge

Playing back the catastrophic scenes of the unbelievable ten plagues that hit Egypt by the avenging god of the israelites, you would wonder how such a horrendous scale of devastation could have taken place without being mentioned in the scrolls of ancient Egypt, which apart from all ancient world civilizations, is recognized for its meticulous documentation of its history and state affairs.

Egyptian scribes with their inscriptions on the temples and papyri kept a fairly accurate record of the chronicles of ancient Egypt.
But never a reference to such alleged Exodus had been mentioned in the Egyptian records.

Not even once, the Exodus or the ancient Israelites were mentioned in the Egyptian documents while the Exodus is referred to around 150 times in the Bible with pharaoh mentioned alone around 20 times.
What does that tell us?

May be the Israelites were so insignificant and unessential the Egyptians never noticed their existence or bothered to. As a matter of fact, and according to modern archeology, the Israelites were a bunch of herders at the eastern borders of the kingdom with the Egyptians referring to them as the filthy and impure Asians for they were known for their unhygienic outlook and practices and by their notorious reputation as plunderers.

According to the zombie revenge type of Yahweh, the river Nile turned into blood, the land of Egypt had been menacingly fraught with the perils of flocks of frogs, lice, flies, locusts and wild animals and under the abrupt and total shutdown of daylight the first-born of all humans and animals were mercilessly killed by the passing over angel of death.

And amidst that horror and disaster the Israelites were busy looting Egyptian treasures while their god was joyfully watching. They had to leave Egypt in a hurry before the pharaoh and his army could catch them and impede their majestic exit.

The exodus from and into Egypt

And now to the funny part of this exodus story.

Egyptian empire at the time of the Exodus.

Egyptian empire at the time of the Exodus.

Due to the Hebrew scribes’ lack of geographical knowledge concerning the borders of the Egyptian empire and its sovereignty at the time, and lacking any GPS satellite technology, it somehow slipped their attention that going out of Sinai and entering Canaan did not necessarily mean exiting Egypt, as Canaan was just another Egyptian territory with fortified Egyptian garrisons and check points everywhere.

Reviewing that horror stories of the Passover you can’t help but to wonder how ancient Egypt – in the absence of anything like the UN relief efforts in our modern times- ever managed to escape total annihilation and collapse.

If those natural disasters ever stroke the land of the Nile simultaneously and in that extreme manner that had been depicted in the Hebrew bible, ancient Egypt would have been wiped off the map permanently or at least collapsed as an economical, military and political power.

Historians are inclined to place the exodus at the middle 15 century BC, but curiously enough, Egypt at that time- the new kingdom time- was at its pinnacle of strength and prosperity. During that period of time, ancient Egypt with great kings like Thutmose III, Akhenaten and Tutankhamun reigned over an empire reaching eastward to the borders of Iran and Syria and southward to the sources of the Blue Nile in Sudan.

Simply, Egypt was the super power of the ancient world at that time and for centuries to follow.

To cut a long story short, and according to archeologists and geologists; the Passover environmental disasters along with the presence of those hundreds of thousands afflicted Israelites is nothing but a myth that runs counter to the archeological truth, environmental geology facts and chronicles of ancient Egypt.

And if history stands skeptical about this tale of the Exodus from ancient Egypt, what does that say about the rest of the ancient Israelites’ narrative that happened to depend primarily on this story and regard it as self-evident and totally axiomatic.

After thousands of years, the exodus memory had transformed, for modern Jews, into matzah snacks and gathering around the Seder meal while telling the story of the exodus to the children so that it would grow up with them to be retold again to their children.
And this is how historical authority is being systematically undermined every passing year at the Passover. And this is why the Jews are absolutely the best storytellers ever.

For more articles by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat visit his website

 
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48 Responses to "PASSOVER: Denying The Holocaust of Ancient Israelites"

  1. Peter Wakefield Sault  May 20, 2011 at 5:08 am

    No one brings more opprobrium upon the Jews than the Jews themselves by their obnoxious antisocial behavior.

  2. Peter Wakefield Sault  May 20, 2011 at 5:06 am

    Why ever not? They are all stinking piles of shitty lies and stupid habits and those who promote them are beneath contempt.

  3. Peter Wakefield Sault  May 20, 2011 at 4:58 am

    Your etymology is flawed.

    Firstly, there was no “land of Egypt” at the time of the alleged “exodus”. Egypt was the local name for the city called Memphis by the Greeks. Structurally it is E-joo-ptah which means “Place of the Spirit of P’tah”, P’tah being the Universal Architect, the creator god imitated by the Jews. P’tah was and still is the principal deity of Rome:- Jupiter, or Joo-Ptah. That it is still the religion of Rome is evidenced by the pope’s fish-head hat, symbolic of the Egyptian fish-headed god Rem (+ Latin inflection = Remus, the brother of Romulus), and the Egyptian obelisk that stands at the center of St. (i.e. Joo) Ptah’s Square.

    Things are never what they seem in this world.

  4. Peter Wakefield Sault  May 20, 2011 at 4:42 am

    “pay more respect to Jewish tradition”

    You have got to be kidding!

  5. Peter Wakefield Sault  May 20, 2011 at 4:38 am

    Where is your evidence that any such people as “ancient Israelites” ever existed?

  6. Peter Wakefield Sault  May 20, 2011 at 4:36 am

    As it is the nature of the scorpion to sting it is the nature of the Jew to lie. And it is the nature of gullible fools to believe those lies.

  7. Peter Wakefield Sault  May 20, 2011 at 4:32 am

    “we have historical evidence of the holocaust,” – Dr Ashraf Ezzat

    Please would you be so kind as to direct me to this “evidence” of which you speak Dr Ezzat, as in the searches which I have made over the past 13 years I have been unable to find even the slightest trace of such evidence. On the contrary all I have ever discovered have been the endless lies of the Jews. I look forward to your assistance in showing me the evidence I have clearly been missing.

  8. nanny  April 25, 2011 at 9:58 am

    Good work Dr. Ashraf

  9. Big Red  April 25, 2011 at 8:11 am

    I see the ziotrolls are givin this site a real going over! With no effect I might add.

  10. D  April 24, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Derek,
    if youre a christian, you realy shouldnt bring up a “pedophilia” accusation against “holy men” of another religion. Not after the global church CHILD abuse scandal.

  11. Derek  April 24, 2011 at 8:12 am

    Why should I have? Any reason annoying troll? I have nothing to hide like you evil criminal khazar frauds do. I merely respond to your Hasbara character assassinations & slander. Your issues are that you are averse to the truth black sea self chosen khazar squatter.

  12. AR  April 24, 2011 at 7:20 am

    You got some serious issues Derek.

    Are you on medications perhaps?

  13. Derek  April 24, 2011 at 6:29 am

    Whatever you have you got, you got by illegal methods. All of Palestine belongs to the Palestinians. The fact that Nutenyahoo refused to define what your final borders will be (which is way the last “peace talks” broke down) proves you are nothing but a liar & a fraud.

    It was Ben-Gurion who invented it. Offer the Arabs something you know they can’t accept & then blame them when they don’t is the oldest trick in Zionism’s book.

  14. Starry  April 24, 2011 at 6:27 am

    Psa 14:1 The fool has said in his heart, “There is no יהוה.” They have done corruptly, They have done an abominable deed, There is no one who does good.

    Rev 2:7 “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the assemblies. To him who overcomes1 I shall give to eat from the tree of life, which is in the midst of the Paradise of Elohim.” ʼ2 Footnote: 1This word (and its noun) is used 17 times in the Book of Revelation. Remember: the name Yisraʼĕl means to overcome with Ěl. 2See 22:2&14.
    Rev 2:8 “And to the messenger of the assembly in Smurna write, ‘This says the First and the Last, who became dead, and came to life:
    Rev 2:9 “I know your works, and pressure, and poverty – yet you are rich – and the blasphemy of those who say they are Yehuḏim and are not, but are a congregation of Satan.

    Rev 3:8 “I know your works – see, I have set before you an open door, and no one is able to shut it – that you have little power, yet have guarded My Word, and have not denied My Name.
    Rev 3:9 “See, I am giving up those of the congregation of Satan, who say they are Yehuḏim and are not, but lie. See, I am making them come and worship before your feet, and to know that I have loved you.

  15. Derek  April 24, 2011 at 6:26 am

    I dont need to pretend to be anyone I am not. Saying you debunked them how? Have you read the NT – you know the Book you anti-Christ burn in zionistan? If you have it will tell you all I have said.

    Just because you say you have debunked what I have said, or anyone has, does not mean you have. i have never read the Quran & have never claimed to. Don’t make claims that are jsut not there delusional arrogant squatter.

    Claims like yours coming from people whose role models, the rabbis, your so called holy men, deal in body organs , money laundering, pedophilia, fraud, anything illicit. Thats your holymen. Imagine what the rest of you Satanists get up to. Your lying knows no bounds. Truly the Synagogue to satan.

  16. Mike56  April 24, 2011 at 5:00 am

    Sure, the fact that I debunk you, who is pretending to be a “Christian” and using the words like “Christian myths”, is not “significant” from your propagandist point of view.
    Ha-ha pertains to the idea that “holy Quran” is the book that can “vindicate the Arab history”, while the bible, according to the “Christians” of the VT breed – is anti-historical.
    I feel there is nothing to do for an honest person in this forum. Stay with your pre-paid propaganda.

  17. Mike56  April 24, 2011 at 4:38 am

    This Moses-Scorpion story reminds me what happens in Israeli-Palestinian Arab negotiations again and again. Every time Israelis give up a lot for the sake of the future peace, they get stung.

  18. Derek  April 24, 2011 at 4:16 am

    He was NOT a Jew and he preached against the pharisees you took on black sea khazar. Stop creating new realities. Jesus was OF NO RELIGION as they could be corrupted by man. He called your pharisees the SYNAGOGUE OF SATAN so how was that being observant? Why do you think the Rabbis wanted Him crucified. He called you followers of the Pharisees He preached against CHILDREN OF THE DEVIL. How is that being an observant Jew? Seems to me you hasbarats are allotted to various sites to spread the same simple childlike comments with the very same points.

  19. Mike56  April 24, 2011 at 4:11 am

    Did you hear that from him?
    He was an observant Jew, BTW.

  20. Derek  April 24, 2011 at 4:07 am

    You never have anything significant to say. You posted a comment to me just 2 min prior to posting this one here. There is no way you could have read all this comment in 2 minutes so what are you disproving with a “haha”? Indoctrinated Zionistan zombie squatter.

  21. Derek  April 24, 2011 at 4:05 am

    Huh? Where did I say we created the Old Testament? Are you one of these Hasbarats who spams with random responses?

  22. Mike56  April 24, 2011 at 4:01 am

    “Arabian history vindicated by the holy Quran” ——– Ha-ha-ha, I love this “veteran” place.

  23. Mike56  April 24, 2011 at 3:59 am

    That is a lie. Chrisitans didn’t create the Old testament. Did you get your “knowledge” from Ahmadinejad?

  24. Derek  April 24, 2011 at 3:25 am

    Well according to ZIONIST Archeologists (you know your cult that occupies Palestine) these Egyptian historians would be correct. “TRUTH BE KNOWN” -Ze’ev Herzog. Google It. Its a bit like you hasbara rats claiming the Palestinian account of the Nakba is wrong when your historians completely concurred. You are hardly authorities on anything & definitely not decent, moral or ethical.

    I wouldnt call others liars when your whole setup is a lie & you have to lie to keep it going. What do we gain by lying? You have everything to lose by telling the truth. Please learn correct meanings of English words, not your Jew corrupt take on them (See I can be facetious as well).

  25. CHE  April 23, 2011 at 5:19 pm

    THE CORRECT LINK FOR HAARETZ’S ARTICLE IS

    http://www.warwithoutend.co.uk/middle-east-and-asia/2005/07/18/this-land-is-ours-god-gave-us-the-title-deeds-qu.php

    PREVIOUS LINK WAS NUKED..!!

    (from Ha’aretz Magazine, Friday, October 29, 1999)

    Following 70 years of intensive excavations in the Land of Israel, archaeologists have found out: The patriarchs’ acts are legendary, the Israelites did not sojourn in Egypt or make an exodus, they did not conquer the land. Neither is there any mention of the empire of David and Solomon, nor of the source of belief in the God of Israel. These facts have been known for years, but Israel is a stubborn people and nobody wants to hear about it
    This is what archaeologists have learned from their excavations in the Land of Israel: the Israelites were never in Egypt, did not wander in the desert, did not conquer the land in a military campaign and did not pass it on to the 12 tribes of Israel. Perhaps even harder to swallow is the fact that the united monarchy of David and Solomon, which is described by the Bible as a regional power, was at most a small tribal kingdom. And it will come as an unpleasant shock to many that the God of Israel, Jehovah, had a female consort and that the early Israelite religion adopted monotheism only in the waning period of the monarchy and not at Mount Sinai.Most of those who are engaged in scientific work in the interlocking spheres of the Bible, archaeology and the history of the Jewish people – and who once went into the field looking for proof to corroborate the Bible story – now agree that the historic events relating to the stages of the Jewish people’s emergence are radically different from what that story tells. http://www.library.cornell.edu/colldev/mideast/jerques.htm

  26. CHE  April 23, 2011 at 4:44 pm

    CONCLUSION (FOR THOSE WHO NO LONGER HAVE TIME TO READ AND GET THEMSELVES AT LAST A PROPER DESIONIZED EDUCATION):

    LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE WITH THIS TALMUDIC MAFIA DISGUISED AS A RELIGION (WHICH JEFF GATES AT http://WWW.CRIMINALSTATE.COM , CALLS “TRANSGENERATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME”) EVERYTHING IS PREDATORY FARCE-AND-FRAUD FROM AND INCLUDING THE TROJAN BUILT “HISTORY” IN THEIR “HOLY” BOOKS WHICH HAS BEEN FORCED AS “MANTRA” OF IMPOSED WESTERN GEOSTRATEGY AT THE SERVICE OF ZIOCON CRIME.. ALL THIS FROM THE MYTHS OF “DEMOCRACY” TO THE WHOLE COLONIAL ADVENTURE (FROM THE MARANO JEWS COLUMBUS AND VESPUCCI TO AMERICA’S TRUE “FOUNDING FATHER”, HAIM-SOLOMON TO THE “FATHERS” OF FRENCH AND EUROPE’S (ROTHSCHILDS),RUSSIAN ETC REVOLUTIONS) AND SLAVERY,COLONIAL AND INDUSTRIAL… TO//FROM THE “GOD CHOSEN” TO THE “GOD GIVEN”-PALESTINE,ETC., AND…EVERYTHING ELSE YOU OWN AND YOURSELF TOO..!!! A FARCE!!!!!!! BUT A PAINFULLY BAD ONE!!

  27. CHE  April 23, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    THE IMPORTANT IS THAT ISRAEL’S MAIN ARCHEOLOGISTS KNOW IT IS TRUE: JEWS AND PROPHETS OF THE JEWS WERE NEVER IN EGYPT…

    ..ALTHOUGH THEY ARE IGNORED BY THE ZIONIST “TEMPLE MERCHANTS” OF FALSE
    KNOWLEDGE:
    HAARETZ ARTICLE:
    ” Deconstructing the walls of Jericho: Who are the Jews?”

    NOTICE: Please Read! ZEEV HERZOG IS CHIEF ARCHEOLOGIST TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY

    By Ze’ev Herzog (Ha’aretz Magazine, Friday, October 29, 1999)

    Following 70 years of intensive excavations in the Land of Israel,
    archaeologists have found out: The patriarchs’ acts are legendary, the
    Israelites did not sojourn in Egypt or make an exodus, they did not
    conquer the land. Neither is there any mention of the empire of David
    and Solomon, nor of the source of belief in the God of Israel. These
    facts have been known for years, but Israel is a stubborn people and
    nobody wants to hear about it

    This is what archaeologists have learned from their excavations in the
    Land of Israel: the Israelites were never in Egypt, did not wander in
    the desert, did not conquer the land in a military campaign and did
    not pass it on to the 12 tribes of Israel. Perhaps even harder to
    swallow is the fact that the united monarchy of David and Solomon,
    which is described by the Bible as a regional power, was at most a
    small tribal kingdom. And it will come as an unpleasant shock to many
    that the God of Israel, Jehovah, had a female consort and that the
    early Israelite religion adopted monotheism only in the waning period
    of the monarchy and not at Mount Sinai. Most of those who are engaged
    in scientific work in the interlocking spheres of the Bible,
    archaeology and the history of the Jewish people – and who once went
    into the field looking for proof to corroborate the Bible story – now
    – Show quoted text –

    EXCERPTS:Dr.Nur said…

    The Messiah Myth: The Near Eastern Roots of Jesus and David
    by Professor Thomas L. Thompson
    and
    The Bible Unearthed: Archaeology’s New Vision of Ancient Israel
    and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts
    by Professors Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman./( THEY
    ARE THE ARCHEOLOGISTS FROM TEL AVIV UNIV WITH PROF ZEEV-HERZOG. WHO
    ELSE ARE BETTER APOLOGISTS OF DR.KAMAL-SALIBI! ..)
    Concluded:
    There is no trace of evidence after 150 years of search that any
    significant Jewish civilisation with some grand Temples ever existed
    in Palestine. Thus search for the location of biblical stories has to
    be directed southward to central Arabia.

    AND THIS TOO/ Deconstructing the walls of Jericho
    Ze’ev Herzog of Tel Aviv University announced: “the Israelites
    were never in Egypt, … In addition, Herzog’s colleague, Israel
    Finkelstein, claims the Jews were nothing more …. Copyright
    2007-2009 The7thFire.com. All Rights Reserved. …
    http://www.the7thfire.com/new_world…/who_are_the_Jews.htm

  28. CHE  April 23, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    Misr vs. Egypt – The overlooked key fact:

    As narrated in both the Quran and the Old Testament, Musa [Moses] confronted a person named Fir’awn [Pharaoh]. One verse in the Quran cites a statement made by Fir’awn to his people mentioning a key geographical location. The official translation of the verse in question is: “[51] And (Fir’awn) proclaimed among his people, saying: “O my people! does not the dominion of Egypt belong to me, (witness) these streams flowing underneath my (palace)? what! see ye not then?” [52] “Am I not better than this (Musa), who is a contemptible wretch and can scarcely express himself clearly?” (Az-Zukruf, Ch 43 verse 51-52) In this given context, western English readers could reasonably conclude that Muslims are in accord with the biblical account on Mose’s geographical emplacement, i.e. Egypt. What most western readers won’t realize however is that they are reading a mistranslation of the holy verse, one which doesn’t echo what the verse actually says in Arabic! The Arabic version of the same verse doesn’t mention the name Egypt at all. What it mentions all over is the name “Misr”. The correct translation ought to read “… “O my people! Does not the dominion of Misr belong to me? …”. In fact, it is not adequate to translate proper names since they are an expression of a distinctive identity of a person or a place, and therefore should solely be vocally transliterated in translations; just like the names of Musa and Fir’awn as indicated in the above verses. Why was the name “Misr” transformed into “Egypt” during the translation process? The answer to this particular question will be revealed later, but first let us consider the following scenario: Had the translation mentioned the real name i.e. Misr as the homeland of both Fir’awn and Musa, then the western readers would naturally inquire about where this place “Misr” was? If the answer was: it is the country known by the name Egypt, then another questions will raise, which is why are Muslims calling an ancient worldwide known country by the name “Misr” while the rest of the world identifies it by the name “Egypt”? If someone said that probably this country was called Misr during Musa time around 1300 B.C, then this will raise another series of questions such as called Misr by whom? And why? Why is there no reference in the Egyptian records during that era, i.e. under Ramses II, that Egyptian kingdom was named “Misr” nor in era before or after the 19th dynasty to which Ramses II is assigned? Why are there no such references in the historical records of all ancient Egypt’s contemporary neighboring civilizations to support the claim that their ancient neighbor was named “Misr”, despite the active political and economical relationships between them? If the answer is that it was called Misr after Islam by the Muslim nations, then another set of questions will surface, such as since when has this name been projected on Egypt? What does this name “Misr” mean? And why have the Muslim nations in particular, named this ancient valley by the name “Misr”? Why has the rest of the world retained the old name and not changed it to “Misr” in turn? These questions and many others have not been raised by western ancient as well as contemporary scholars and theologians simply because they were all under the impression that Muslim nations are in agreement with the biblical geography as transpires from the readily available translations of he holy Quran. This inadvertent oversight from the translators of the Quran had deprived western scholars from raising authentic arguments to the conflicting information they inherited from the Greek Torah via the Christian church. Equally, Muslim nations views and beliefs remained for centauries unquestioned and unchallenged by any other nation, which eventually hardened their inherited inaccurate understanding of the Patriarchs geographical locations mentioned in the holy Quran. This cycle contributed in shadowing the Christian and the Muslim worlds, as well as many Jewish communities, in a long term illusion which has been challenged to date only by the holy Quran and Egyptology revelations.

    On the reasons that led Muslim translators to transform the name “Misr” to “Egypt”, the answer goes back to the fact that Egypt currently has two formal names. One is recognized by non Muslims which is “Egypt”, while the other is “Misr”, which is recognized by all Muslims in the world including Egyptians themselves who introduce themselves as “Misries” to the Muslims and as “Egyptians” to the rest of the world. Realizing that most westerns are unaware that Egypt is called Misr amongst the Muslims, the translators of the Quran decided to simplify the issue by systematically replacing every “Misr” in the Quran with “Egypt”, so that the western readers would understand which land the Quran refers to, as they imagined. The translators had obviously good intentions, but did the holy Quran really need any help to identify which land it meant? Why should Muslims assume that whenever the Quran literally mentions the name “Misr” it actually means “Egypt”? Is this long-established central assumption accurate? Or is it about time that it is subjected to a critical analysis and review?

    The main rational evidence supporting the contemporary Muslims belief that Egypt was Yusuf’s land and Moses’ exodus ground, is that the Quran states that Pharaoh and the Patriarchs were in Misr as mentioned above, and since Egypt is known amongst the Muslims by the name “Misr”, then it follows that Egypt must be the land of Moses and Yusuf. This deduction may sound perfectly logical. The argument, however, is irrespective of what Egypt is called today, since the Pharaoh declared to his people that he was the owner of Misr as stated in the verse above, then what really matters is to prove that during the year 1300 B.C. Egypt was indeed called Misr by its people. If this argument is substantiated than one could safely conclude that the Muslims reasoning is soundly proven. For some reasons, Muslim nations thought that this fundamental argument has been addressed and settled long time ago. However, it came out that this argument has never been seriously addressed, and if investigated, it would reveal to Muslims that their current belief with respect to the Patriarchs’ geography is not only unfounded but also in discord with the teachings of the Quran!

    The cumulative discoveries available to the public prove that Egypt was not called Misr during the 19th Egyptian dynasty. There isn’t a single Egyptian record that mentions the upper and or the Lower Egypt by a single name pronounced “Misr” or any other name phonetically close to it. In fact there is no evidence to prove that the name Misr was used to identify Egypt at any recorded era let alone during the 19th dynasty. On the contrary, what is mentioned in Egypt’s ancient history, as narrated in Osiris and Isis myths is the name Koptos or Coptoª which were gradually converted in to Gebt (قبط) and then to El-Gibt (القبط) and finally E-gypt as pronounced by the westerns. As to the records of the ancient western civilizations, all the mythical literatures and maps refer to this land under no name but Egypt or Egipt. The Greek Danaos Daughters’ myth is a good example, which proves that the name “Egypt” is extremely old and it resisted any attempts to change it. As to the ancient eastern nations, all of them referred to Egypt under the same name “Gebt “قبط except for the early Muslims who for some reason decided to discontinue using it. This fact necessitates an investigation on the time when Muslims started calling El-Gibt القبط by the name Misr مصر and the reasons of this mutation. According to the Arabic history, during the times of prophet Mohamed (pbuh) (570-632 A.D), Egypt was known amongst the people of Arabia by the name Al-Gipt (القبط) .This is obvious from the message that the prophet sent to the Egyptian ruler Al-Mokawkas inviting him to embrace Islam, see figure 2 for an image of the preserved original hand-written manuscript. What interests us from this letter are the following extracts ” In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. From Mohammed Ben Abdullah to Al-Mokawkas the chief of Gipt, … If you decline you will bear the burden of the Gipties sins …” ، This particularly valuable letter clearly indicates that Al-Gipt was Egypt’s formal name up to the time of prophet Mohammed (pbuh). The reply that came from Al-Mokawkas also confirms that the Egyptians at that time introduced themselves to Arabia as Gipties: “… To Mohamed Ben Abdulla from Al-Mokawkas the chief of Gipt … I honored your messenger and I sent you appreciation presents and two bondwomen whom are highly valued in Gipt …”،

    Figure 2: The manuscript of the Message sent by the Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) to the Egyptian ruler showing the words Al-Gipt ( E – gypt) with no mention of the name Misr.

    Despite the fact that the Egyptians didn’t recognize the name “Misr” for their land, as reflected in the reply, yet the people of Arabia during the prophet’s time were referring to Egypt amongst themselves as “Misr”! This is inevitably demonstrated in many records and correspondences from that era. For example, the second caliphate Omer Ben Al Khataab sent a letter to his army leader Amro Ben Al Aas, advising him to treat the Giptis kindly. Interestingly, the letter referred to this same land by both names: “… let it be known to you that Misr land is spared from Khoms… and the prophet Mohamed praised the Giptis…” The use of the name “Misr” amongst early Muslims and not using it in their correspondences with the Egyptians themselves indicate that the early Arabian Muslims used two names to identify the land of the Nile. Other historical references indicate that both names existed in their daily dialogue before even the Islamic era. The difference between the two names is significant. “Misr” is used within Arabia only and has a biblical origin. “Gipt” however is used with the Egyptians and the rest of the world which does not recognize Misr as a name of Egypt. Phonetic analysis of the name “Al-Gipt” reveals that it is actually equivalent to “Egypt”. In other words, the Arabian people until the dawn of Islam shared the same ancient name that identified this land with the rest of the world. It was sometime after the entry of Arabian Muslims into Al-Gipt, that the internationally known name was gradually replaced by “Misr” and remained so until now· . Therefore one concludes that Misr is not Egypt’s original name and that it is not old enough to apply to the pharaoh’s statement when he declared to his people of his time that he is the owner of Misr. Therefore, by searching for pharaoh and Musa in Egypt While the Quran clearly states that they were in a place called Misr, the Muslims are actually looking in the wrong place. The question now is: if Muslims are looking in the wrong place, why have the ancient as well as the contemporary Jews and Christians been considering Egypt as the homeland of Musa and Pharaoh as well?

    The Septuagint – Egypt’s holy dungeon:

    While Arabia was directly receiving the heavenly revelations one after the other, the European nations, like other nations, were also receiving the same revelations but through the traders and scholars who traveled or migrated to their lands carrying along the news and knowledge of the latest heavenly revelations. Like the Quran, the Torah in the form of the Ten Commandments was first revealed in Arabia, it was documented at some stage in the Arabic Syriac language. During their exile in Babylon (586 B.C) the Israeli Rabbis produced what they called the Torah containing the Ten Commandments in addition to historical accounts of the Israeli tribes. That Syriac Torah might have been the first recognized written holy book produced by Israeli Rabbis. In that Syriac book, Mizraim / Mitsrayim was the documented name of the place where Musa and the Pharaoh lived. This name is consistent with the holy Quran account as indicated in the above-mentioned verse¨ . The geographical locations of the major events were obviously clear and well-known to the ancient believers until the appearance of the Septuagint (السبعونية) – the Greek Torah.

    The Septuagint is the first Greek translation of the Syriac Torah. It could be the first translations of the Arabic Syriac Torah to any other foreign language. It was compiled in Egypt around 282 B.C only shortly after it fell under Alexander the Great’s control. Ptolemy Ben Philadelphus, the Greek sovereign, requested that the latest revelation at that time be translated to Greek. A team of seventy rabbis produced the translation and it is reported that within seventy days the Greek Torah was ready for publishing. In that Geek book, a slight alteration was introduced during the translation process. Every Arabic Syriac word which reads “mzarm” was translated to this Greek word “Αἰγύπτου” which reads “Ae-gypti” ,i.e Mizraim was transformed during the translation process to Ae-gypti. This indescribable act was all that was needed to create a large scale long-life illusion. Unlike Misr or Mizeruim, Ae-gypti or E-gypt as pronounced today has always referred to an internationally well-known vast and highly civilized ancient country. The moment the Greek Torah was approved by Ptolemy Ben Philadelphus, Egypt was portrayed as “Israeli land” in the subconscious of the Europeans as well as all Geeks’ widespread colonies. Consequently, since 282 B.C, generation after generation passed on the false “sacred” information on Egypt’s role in the Patriarchs eventful geography until it became an irrefutable fact. This was happening on an international scale, whereas the ancient Egyptians themselves have not seriously resisted this infiltration and fictitious implantation of scenes and events into their history and heritage. In fact, they might have viewed the Septuagint’s claim that the Patriarchs had dwelt in their land as another privilege to the Egyptian already glamorous historical fame. What the ancient Egyptians missed, however, is that by accepting this foreign forged addendum into their unwritten history, they have in fact accepted, in the long term, to give away their land and civilization to a little insignificant tiny Arabian tribe, while their great Egyptian civilization is being absorbed into the “promised land” saga alongside Iraq and Syria. This ancient deal is the source of today’s confusion and frustration of Egyptian scholars when every now and then someone arrives from overseas to insolently boast his ancestors presumed role in building the great pyramids! This will sadly remain the case until Egyptian scholars and officials decide to establish independent research teams to review their history from the time the Septuagint was issued, and objectively examine the damage inflected by this Greek Torah on the their kings’ reputation and civilization achievements. This might be the only way for the Egyptian nation to escape the Septuagint sacred dungeon.

    The Egyptian pharaoh – The living Holy Hoax:

    In his numerous lectures, Dr Zahi Hawas keeps on utilizing the Torah word “Pharaohs” when making references to his country’s greatest ancient kings. Equally, he confirms that despite the exhausting national and international archeological missions, there are not to date any objective scientific evidence to the assumption that Remeses II or his son Marnabtah were the Torah’s described Egyptian king during Musa time. The case usually stops at this dead-end point, and indications are that this will not change unless a sharp detour is made. The answer to this impasse was spotted by a well-known Islamic historian named Al-Masooedy ( *** – 946). As reported by the Al-Atabaki, Al-Masooedy documented his findings following a personal investigation. He wrote “… I have asked a group of Gipti (اقباط) scholars while I was at Al-Saeid (الصعيد )(Upper Egypt) about the meaning of the name Fir’awn (pharaoh). They didn’t know the meaning of the word nor did it exist in their Gipti language!! …” The same meaningless “Pharaoh” word in Gipti language was also reported by Ibn Khaldun . This is the answer to the impasse which the majority of contemporary as well as past scholars might find difficult to submit to. As linguistically confirmed , there is no word pronounced “Pharaoh” in the Gipti language nor is it a written or used word amongst the Gipti public, let alone a famous Royal title. The closest pronunciation to the word Pharaoh most scholars are holding to is “per-aa” as explained by Marie Parsons “… it should be pointed out that “pharaoh”, the most popular “title” of the Egyptian King, is not Egyptian at all. That is to say, the Egyptians did not call their King “Pharaoh” until very late in their history, and then only as non-Egyptians took up the word. “Pharaoh” is a Hebrew pronunciation of the Egyptian word, per-aa, meaning Great House, and was first used as a label for the king himself around 1450 BC. ..” This highly controversial solution has been refuted by many other scholars and researchers such as M S M Saifullah, `Abdullah David & Elias Karim . Michael S. Sanders sums up the topic saying“…As can be readily seen it just is not possible to translate Pir’u as Pharaoh unless one has a predilection to so do…”

    Despite the confirmation that the word Fir’awn doesn’t belong to the Gipti language nor was it the title of Egyptian kings, it remains true that this word is repeatedly mentioned in the holy Quran as well as the Bible. This persisting contradiction should have instigated researchers to look for this name outside Egypt. It was nearly effortless to find out that the name exists indeed and it has an unambiguous meaning in Arabia. The linguistically compound word needs to be first disassembled to its original root. The root of this Arabic word Fir’awn (فرعون) is Far’a (فرع), this linguistic rooting system is customary in the Arabic language. For example the root of word Sidoon (صيدون)is Saida (صيدا), and for Sa’dwoon (سعدون) is Sa’d (سعد ) and for Babylon (بابلون) is Babel (بابل) etc. By looking up the Arabic dictionary for the meaning of the root Far’a(فرع) the answer is immediately evident. Amongst the many meanings this root holds, one finds the following fundamental meaning “The top or the chief of something i.e. be it land, mountain, body, people etc…” This means that the word Fir’awn is not a name but a title of social order. The Arabian history and language provides further stunning personal information regarding Fir’awn himself which supports this finding. Ben Asaker, Ben Kathir and Al-Majlessy report the following information to the fact that Fir’awn was married to an Arabian lady “… Fir’awn’s wife was Asia (اسيا)daughter of Mozahim (مزاحم) Ben Abdullah (عبد الله) Ben Al Rayan (الريان) Ben Al Walid (الوليد), Mozahim was Misr’s Fir’awn during Yuousf’s time…”،، These names are reported to have been confirmed by the prophet Mohamed (pbuh) himself. For those familiar with Arabic names, they would immediately realize that such names could not be found in ancient Egypt as they can only be found to-date in their Arabia homeland. To the surprise of our researchers, many Arabic historians have indeed reported a name for Fir’awn himself. The following is a quote found in several references “… I asked Mousa Ben Jaffer to explain to me the meaning of the following Quranic verse requesting Musa and Haron to approach Fir’awn ([43] Go, both of you, to Fir’awn (Pharaoh), verily, he has transgressed. [44] And speak to him mildly, perhaps he may accept admonition or fear Allâh.” Jaffer replied that the meaning of “And speak to him mildly” is to address him during the speech by his title Abu Musaab (ابا مصعب) as Fir’awn name was Al Walied (الوليد) Ben Musaab (مصعب)… ” ،،. These names and title are closely related to Arabian tribes. Al Hamawi wrote in his book the following details about Fir’awn, revealing his personal astonishment: ” … Fir’awn was from Bialie Arabs, he was short with fair skin and long beard, he ruled Misr 500 years then Allah perished him in the water and his name was Mussab (مصعب) , some people claimed that he was a Gipti descendent, and not from the Amalek (العمالقه) !?” This quote indicates that during the author’s time, other sources were claming that Fir’awn was Gipti which was surprising to the narrator. Sadly today, what he quoted is causing astonishment and what he questioned became internationally common knowledge! The Amalek, to whom Fir’awn belongs, has been mentioned in the Torah as well as the Arabian history. They are a well know ancient tribe that lived in Makkah and nearby as reported by Dr. Ahmed Amin “… The Akhbariyen (Ancient Arab historians) mentioned that the Amalek inhabited Makkah, Madina and Hijaz, they were tyrants and Musa confronted them. The Jews dwelt in Hijiaz after the fall of the Amalek”. Al Shibani, however, reported that Fir’awn’s name was actually Kaboows (قابوس). He wrote “… then Misr was ruled by Kaboows (قابوس) Ben Musaab (مصعب) Ben Moawya (معاوية) Ben Nomir (نمير ) Ben Al Salows (السلوس) Ben Qarn (قاران) Ben Amro(عمرو) Ben Amalek (عملاق) …” So Fir’awn first name could be Musaab or Kaboows and both names are of Hijaizi origin and are not expected to be found amongst the royal Gipti names. The same information was also known to some Arab Jews and Christians as narrated by al Qurtabi and Al Shookani whom wrote: “… Wahab· (وهب) reported that the people of the book¨ knew Fir’awn by the name Al Walid (الوليد) Ben Musaab (مصعب) Ben Al Rayan (الريان) and his title was Abu Morah (ابو مره)…” ، This quote indicates that not all “the people of the book” were fully influenced by the Septuagint fake dogma. However, the total absence of Fir’awn’s name from their documents, or at least those documents made available to the public, indicates that Fir’awn’s identity was systematically kept out of reach.

    The amount of Arabic history or history-related references that mentioned Kaboows or Musaab or Al Walid as the first name for Moses’ Fir’awn are more than staggering fifty. Here is a list for the researchers’ reference:

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    This abundantly cited historical information on Fir’awn’s identity will most likely come across as surprising for many Muslim readers as well as Christens and Jews. This is because some of the early post-Islamic historians have adopted and documented the Septuagint originated forged details preached by most Arab Jewish and Christen tribes for more than 800 years before the Islamic revelation. Their historical documents became Islamic references for the forthcoming generations of historians until today. The contradicting details between the pre-Islamic original information and the post-Islamic borrowed ones generated palpable discrepancies, the solution for which was to gradually deactivate the original Arabian history like was the case with the Egyptian history in favor of the prevailing inaccurate western one.

    Having discovered Fir’awn’s full name from the history of the land where he lived and later ruled, there is no point in looking for him among the list of Gipti royal names. Doing so is like looking for a king named Abdullah among medieval Christian Scottish Royal family list. What are the chances of finding such a name in such a place, position and time?

    To sum up, against the schemes of Ptolemy and the 70 rabbis, Egyptology resisted the implantation of the Tyrant Fir’awn in its Gipti heritage. Equally, Arabian history rejected this forgery and resisted the amputation of Musa from Arabia by retaining enough historical information to trace the origin of biblical events. It is high time we realized that there were no Pharaohs in Egypt and this expired title should be returned back to where it had always belonged, in Arabia.

    In Search for the Patriarch in Arabia – Uncovering the desert sand:

    As explained earlier, the Geek Torah committed a forgery. The word “Misr” in the original Syriac text has been intently replaced during the translation process by the word Al Gipt. Consequently, the low profile word “Misr” never been mentioned to the westerns believers while it started to fade away in the eastern believers’ minds and awareness in favor of the high profile “Egypt”. Despite its insignificant size, Misr was however the theater of major biblical events. So where was Misr located?

    Arabian history vindicated by the holy Quran states that Abraham lived in Makkah. In fact both he and his son Ishmael constructed Beit Allah- the Ka’bah as mentioned in this verse: “[127] And remember Ibrahim and Isma’il raised the foundations of the House (the Ka’bah at Makkah( (with this prayer): “Our Lord! Accept (this service) from us: for Thou art the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing” (Al-Baqarah – Ch1 verse: 127). Many other important events took place around Makkah including the site where Ishmael was offered in sacrifice· “[102] Then, when (the son) reached (the age of) (serious) work with him, he said: “O my son! I see in vision that I offer thee in sacrifice: now see what is thy view!” (the son) said: “O my father! do as thou art commanded: thou will find me, if Allah so wills, one practicing Patience and Constancy!” (Asl-Safat – Ch 37 verse: 102). The location of the sacrifice place is still preserved and has been since known under the name Mena(منى) or Ishmael Altar, where millions of Muslim pilgrims offer oblations every year from the time of Abraham. Mena Altar is located 6 km east Makkah (see photo 5) next to the Arapha (عرفة) valley which contains Namera Mosque. According to Arabia history we read “… Gabriel said to Abraham carry enough water with you. They went to Mena valley, then to Arapha valley.He erected his tents in Namera- This place since then was marked with white stones to preserve it, and it was anciently known as Abrahams Masjed (prayer place) the same place is now annexed to the Namera Mosque…”،، These places are mentioned in the Torah but geographically shifted outside their real locations and systematically scattered allover Palestine.

    Photo 5: Close up satellite image of the most important sites of Abraham’s eventful life which are also sites for the annual Islamic Hajj rituals.

    Abraham, according to Arabian history was a stranger to Makkah area. His dialect was Syriac while the tribes there were speaking ‘irebah (عاربة) ; both different dialects originating from one mother language known for the purpose of this research as Arabic. He crossed the Surat Mountains and settled in Namera, as mentioned in the Torah. Therefore he was labeled with the title they usually assign those strangers whom they allow to settle down amongst them as will be detailed latter. The transient boundary can be roughly estimated from a quote reported by Al-Andulsy (الاندلسي) who wrote: “Tohama (تهامة) is the region stretching along side the red sea including Makkah and al ‘iber ¨ العبر)) , Al towr (الطور) and the island. So the Al a’br is the area between the Phorat river (Eupharteª )(الفرات) and the Arab desert…”.By constructing a map of this description in Arabia we can identify the area, which includes the Surat Mountains overlooking Arapha valley, see photo 6· .

    Since Abraham was one of those who crossed the mountains and descended in the valley of Arapha, he was titled with the Arabic word “‛ibrîy” (عبري) which literally means “the person in transit or the person who crossed over a natural topography such as mountain, river or sea”. The Syriac pronunciation of the same word is also “‛ibrîy” as both are dialect of the same language and people. The local people of Arapha labeled him with this title for a long time until, as mentioned in the Torah; it was changed from “‛ibrîy to Ibrahim إبراهيم” as he became a formal resident of Makkah. By adding the Syriac definition article to the word ‛ibrîy, which is the letter “H”, the word becomes H‛ibrîy or H-’ibrew (العابر) which literally means “The person in transient”. With time, this simple denomination transformed into the famous word “Hebrew” and was inflated beyond its original meaning to denote the identity of a nation with a distinctive language and religion. The Torah itself clearly indicates that being Hebrew does not necessarily mean one is Israeli (i.e. son of Jacob). This is obvious from Mose’s direct teachings to the Israelis “…If thou buy a Hebrew servant, six years he shall serve: and in the seventh he shall go out free for nothing.” It is forbidden to enslave a fellow Israeli as per Judaism teachings. Therefore, this only means that the word “Hebrew” is originally an expression used for Israeli as well as any other person as long as he/she is in transit (traveler or crosser). This term simply never meant to be an expression of a distinctive religion, nationality or identity and using it in such a context is a historical abuse.

    Photo 6: Light filtered satellite image showing the Phorat riverbed (Euphrates) (shown in fine green line) stretching from the top of the Surat Mountains to south Iraq. The river is bounding the “Arab desert” situated between the A’ber (Surat Mountains) and the great river valley.

    At this stage we can address another key question: Where from did Abraham come to Arapha valley? According to the holy Quran he didn’t come from far away “[48] “And I will turn away (seclude) from you (all) and from those whom ye invoke besides Allah: I will call on my Lord: perhaps, by my prayer to my Lord, I shall be not unblest.” (Maryam Ch 19 verse 48) This verse reveals a conversation between Abraham and his people after they tried to execute him. He indicated that he will not migrate but rather seclude اعتزلكم)) which implies that he can still conveniently get in touch if he chooses to. The holy Quran did mention many other conversations between Abraham and his father after the fire execution attempt, which proves that his fathers land was not geographically far away from Makkah where he secluded.

    According to the prophet Mohamed (pbuh), Abraham was kept off site by his mother in a place called Horan, as per this quote “… Abraham’s mother took her child Abraham and fled during the night to protect him from the Tyrant Nimrod. She placed him near three trees on a fast flowing river called Horan …”،،،، . In line with the Septuagint proposed geography, some of the early Jewish scholars claimed that this “Horan” was located in northern Syria to the east bank of the Iraqi Euphrates River at approximately 1600 km from Makkah, see photo 7.

    Photo 7: The Real Horan (Abraham Fathers’ home) in Asir Compared to the location of Horan as successfully forged by the Septuagint Rabbis.

    However, there are many places called Horan in Arabia. One of them is on a river bank near the Phorat river (the original Euphrates river) and is only 300 km south of Makkah located at 19o 46 ” 19′ North and 42o 22″ 04′ East. Examining the satellite images for this Horan, one can immediately spot the riverbed valley which is dry today, and can observe its proximity to Makkah, which demonstrates how Abraham was able to travel between Makkah and his father’s land conveniently. This Horan is also located at the south of the river Phorat, which springs from Adam’s Eden Garden, located on the top of the Surat Mountains and flows all the way down eastwards to collect on a huge dry lake situated at the lowlands of south Iraq, as shown in figures 3 ,4. The place of the dried lake is named Najaf (نجف)§ . Proving that this ancient giant Arabian river was the famous Phorat, which lost its name and identity to that running from Turkey to Iraq has been comprehensively addressed in two of the Al Tajdeed research work. Abraham had to cross the Phorat River in his way to Makkah; a detail mentioned in the Torah and the Arabic historical documents. We therefore have very good reasons to believe that this is most likely the real Horan mentioned in the Torah.

    On the question about where Abraham headed from Horan, it is revealed in this verse “[99] He said: “I will go to my Lord! He will surely guide me! [100] “O my Lord! grant me a righteous (son)!” (Al Saffat Ch 37 verses 99-100). He went to Namera located in the vicinity of Beit Allah, the House of The All Mighty Lord at Makkah. According to the Quran, he was young when he left Horan and he had his first son at an old age while he was in Namera. He apparently did not know where was the exact location of the house “[26] And (remember) when We showed Ibrâhim (Abraham) the site of the (Sacred)

    House (the Ka’bah at Makkah) (saying): “Associate not anything (in worship) with Me” (Al Haj Ch 22 verse 26). Once he realized where the sacred site was, which was then an empty dry barren valley, he had to own it in order to publicizes it for all worldwide believers to be. Consequently, he intentionally and purposely moved Hagar and his son Ishmael to the sacred valley 17 km to the west of Namera where his wife Sarah lived “[37] “O our Lord! I have made some of my offspring to dwell in a valley without cultivation, by Thy Sacred House; in order, O our Lord, that they may establish regular Prayer: so fill the hearts of some among men with love towards them, and feed them with Fruits so that they may give thanks.” (Ibrahim Ch 14 verse 37) The Torah indirectly confirms the short distance between where Abraham lived at Namera and the sacred place through this quote “..And Abraham rose up early in the morning, and took bread, and a bottle of water, and gave it unto Hagar, putting it on her shoulder, and the child, and sent her away: and she departed, and wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba.”.

    As mentioned, the trip from Namera to the final destination to Beersheba required only “bread, and a bottle of Water” which implies that the distance traveled by the child and his mother was far more shorter than the trajectory suggested by the Septuagint, which stretches as far as 1250 km from Palestine all the way to Beersheba at Paran· . The Torah further indicates that once the bottle of water dried out shortly after arriving to the sacred valley of Beersheba, water supply was miraculously made available: “And God opened her eyes, and she saw a well of water; and she went, and filled the bottle with water, and gave the lad drink”.

    Figure 3: Numerous ancient maps shows the presence of giant river traversing Arabia from the Surat Mountains to a lake south of Iraq. This is the real Phorte فرات(Euphrates) river springing from Eden garden south of Makkah.

    Figure 4: Satellite image clearly showing the riverbed of the same great Phorat (Euphrates) river drawn in the ancient maps. The low land at the Iraqi Ahwar was the lake collecting the flowing water springing from Paradise.

    According to Arabs historians, this well of water sprung underneath Ishmael feet and is called today Beer Zimzum. It still provides water to the annual multimillion pilgrims and is located only few meters from Beit Allah (Al Ka’aba). The Torah however indicates that this well was later called Beerª sheba (بير شبعة) . “Sheba” was the name given by Abraham to the well as mentioned in this quote “And he said, For these seven ewe lambs shalt thou take of my hand, that they may be a witness unto me, that I have dug this well Wherefore he called that place Beersheba; because there they sware both of them.”. It should not be surprising to note that according to Arab historians Beer Zimzum was actually called Beer Sheba at some stage, as revealed in this conclusive unnoticed quote “ Amongst the old names of Beer Zimzum are Gabriel foot mark (ركضة جبريل), Ishmaels dug hole (حفيرة اسماعيل), Wabra (وبرة), Sheba (شبعة), …”’’’’’’. Other historians quote the same name as (شباعة) “Shebah”،،،،،،،،،، This is the genuine well-known Beersheba mentioned in the Torah, and can be seen in photo 8. Furthermore, and in accordance with the Arabic history, the association of Hagar with Makkah is engraved even in the Jewish memory as commented by Ibn Ezra “…Or ‘Well of the lifegiving vision,’ (HaKethav VeHaKabbalah); ‘Well of the vision of the Living One’ (Rashi; Targum); or ‘Well to the Living One who sees me’ (Ibn Ezra). Ibn Ezra identifies this with Zimum (or in other versions, Zimzum), where the Arabs hold an annual festival (Haj). This is Zemzem near Mecca. According to this, however, Hagar headed into the Arabian Peninsula rather than toward Egypt”

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  29. Mike56  April 23, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    “throughout the entire and long span of the ancient Egyptian kingdom (3100-332 BC) there had been absolutely no mention or any evidence of Egyptians mistreating or isolating foreigners” ———— ha-ha-ha. Who would expect inconvenient truth from ancient Egyptian “historians”? Even in the 20s century, every time after Israelis beat hell out of Egyptian army, the “historians” claimed “great victories”. The “historians” are of the same hateful and dishonest breed that is ruling on VT.

  30. AR  April 23, 2011 at 3:23 pm

    No doubt these character are fictional but I was talking about tradition whether it is Jewish, Islamic or Christian it should not be belittled.

  31. kikz  April 23, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    golfclap… nice one 🙂

  32. Sam Goldberg  April 23, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    Moses is a fictional character just like the Irish mythic hero Cuchalain or the American Paul Bunyan. People grow up and eventually realize the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus aren’t real. Eventually they grow up a little more and realize that the stories of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Moses are also fairy tales.

  33. Derek  April 23, 2011 at 12:38 pm

    Yeah and the New Testament (where He invalidated the Old Covenant & gave us the New Covenant) is made up. Heard it all before. There was no such thing as a jew in those days anyhoo.

  34. AR  April 23, 2011 at 10:21 am

    This verse is taken from a larger text and manipulated by those who wish to slander Jews.
    Religious scripture should only be interperted by people who studied it and not by people who’s only intention is to use it for political puposes or off course slandering.

    This verse describes an attempt to prevent future calamity upon the people of Israel.
    To elaborate: This verse is taken from parashat VAYELECH where Moses gathers all the tribes and tells them that the Torah must be close and kept to and by each person (private mitzvah) and that the people must be gathered once every seven years so that the Torah (not all of it off course) will be read before them (public mitzvah). By doing so the people of Isarel will not sin and will be spared from divine punishment.

  35. joe  April 23, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Jesus didnt believe in the exodus.

  36. Derek  April 23, 2011 at 7:21 am

    Ahh Moses.

    “For I know that after my death ye will utterly corrupt yourselves, and turn aside from the way which I have commanded you; and evil will befall you in the latter days; because ye will do evil in the sight of the LORD, to provoke him to anger through the work of your hands.” – Moses to the Israelites shortly before his death (Deuteronomy 31:29). Note that “utterly” means “beyond redemption.”

  37. AR  April 23, 2011 at 6:56 am

    Perhaps you should pay more respect to Jewish tradition. You don’t have to believe in it but you can at least respect it.

    Should I remind you why Muslims are fasting in Ramadan. In case you forgot Muslims believe Ramadan to be an auspicious month for the revelations of God to humankind, being the month in which the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.

    Who buys that anyway? Wait I know – Like a billion Muslims that’s who.

    Here are 2 facts you may not aware of:

    Moses (Musa) is regarded as a prophet according to Islamic tradition and he is admired from birth to death.

    The narratives of Moses and of course the exodus of the Israelites are mentioned in the Quran more than once. Here are the following passages: 2.49-61, 7.103-160, 10.75-93, 17.101-104, 20.9-97, 26.10-66, 27.7-14, 28.3-46, 40.23-30, 43.46-55, 44.17-31, and 79.15-25. Since the Quran is considered the word of god (to Muslims of course) I can only assume that Muhammad believed in the story of exodus and there for a billion of his followers across the world believe in it today as well.

  38. Derek  April 23, 2011 at 4:23 am

    Pukefest.

  39. Derek  April 23, 2011 at 4:22 am

    The Ashkenazi-Khazar converts do/did, does not mean the Israelites were the same.

  40. Derek  April 23, 2011 at 4:19 am

    When you sign off “infidel” it brings a smile to my face EVERYTIME.
    The exile of the Jewish people is originally a Christian myth that depicted that event as divine punishment imposed on the Jews for having rejected the Christian gospel.[

  41. Earlaiman  April 23, 2011 at 2:57 am

    This is a Fable, the parable of the Mouse and the Scorpion.

    One day a Mouse came upon a scorpion who was entangled in the web of the Spider,
    aware that his life was forfeit as soon as the Spider returned from eating the male in the adjacent with whom she had just mated. Why was she delayed eating the male in the adjacent web, when there was a perfectly good meal waiting at home for her in her own web?

    Because it is the nature of female Spiders to kill and eat their mates immediately upon finishing mating with them.

    The Scorpion implored the Mouse to gently reach out with a stick and “just break tha tlast strand” hich was holding him, so he could break free and escape.

    “Oh, but I cannot do that,” the Mouse replied, “for if I set you free, then you will sting me and I should die.”

    “Oh, no,” promised the Spider, “if yo set me free, saved my life,it would not be right for me to sting you, and I surely would not harm my benefactor. Please, do set me free, and I promise you, on my Sainted mother’s honor, that I shall not harm you.”

    Well, upon hearing those words, the Mouse reached in with a small stick and broke the last restraining strand of the web, whereupon the Scorpion immediately pulled himself free, turned toward the Mouse and lashed him viciously with his tail, stinging him fiercely with his fatal venom!

    As the Moue collapsed, he looked up at the Scorpion and asked, “But, I saved your life, and you promised not to sting me… why did you do it?”

    To which the Scorpion replied,as he turned away and headed out of there for safer areas, “It is the nature of the Scorpion to Sting.”

    I have no doubts at all that The Exodus” actually happened, in effect, if not in exact detail as the Jewish “history” recalls it. Babylon, Egypt, Israel, Russia, England, Germany, you name it, they have always ghettoized themselves, then turned inward and isolated themselves culturally and figuratively, as well as practically, in their synagogues, Centers and Ghettos, and made themselves personae non grata wherever they went.

    It is in the history of the Jew that wherever they went, in whichever country of nation, among whatever people they settled, however well-meaning, hospitable, or otherwise, in time by their presence, their isolation, and their actions, caused those people or whose nations to turn against them in defense of their own cultures and invited persecution and eventual exile or, to use an old American term, “being ridden, tarred and feathered, out of town on a rail.”

    How and why? It is the nature of the scorpion to sting.

    Earlaiman

  42. Burgermeister  April 22, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    Immanuel Velikovsky argued in “Ages in Chaos”, that the “Exodus” occurred later around 800 BCE (if I rememeber correctly). And I think everyone should at least read his catastrophic theory of history found in “Worlds in Collision”. His series of books makes for some very interesting reading and I will never look at the sky the same. Of course, he has a dog in this fight, his father was a Zionist Jew and early founder of the political entity known as Israel, therefore, that must be kept in mind when reading his arguments, however, his theories do not completely whitewash Israel’s historical past and his scholarship is impressive. Unfortunately, he appears to have made enemies on all sides, so much so, that most people today have never even heard of him.

    Myself? I think he is generally correct about the time of the Exodus and that “they” looted Egypt after the plagues and disasters brought the civil goverment to its knees. The only reason they were chased was to get back the Egyptian’s Religious objects they had grabbed. Continual natural disasters took a toll on both sides and those who survived cited divine intervention.

    Nothing unusual, typical primitive nature worship.

  43. George  April 22, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    What evidence do you have of the ‘holocau$$t”? Let’s hear it. Otherwise, shut up.

  44. Rehmat  April 22, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    A portion of Ben-Obama’s April 18 Passover message where her compared the present-day Muslim uprising against the pro-West corrupt regimes with the freedom of Israelite tribes from Egyptian slavery in the past.

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2011/04/20/muslim-uprisings-remark-insults-passover/

  45. Gary Walker  April 22, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    Hey, Jesus believed in the exodus, so it must be true.

    Amen,
    Infidel

  46. Derek  April 22, 2011 at 9:45 am

    “I started looking in research studies about the exile from the land – a constitutive event in Jewish history, almost like the Holocaust. But to my astonishment I discovered that it has no literature. No one exiled the people of the country. Romans did not exile peoples & could not have done so even if they had wanted to. They did not have trains & trucks to deport entire populations. That kind of logistics did not exist until the 20th century. Judaic society was not dispersed/exiled.” – Professor Shlomo Sand

  47. joe  April 22, 2011 at 9:29 am

    the ancient israelites like the modern, fake israelites were thieves, bums, liars, plague bearers. in general an undesireable sort.

  48. joe  April 22, 2011 at 9:16 am

    the ancient israelites are dead and gone.

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