Seal of Biblical King Zedekiah’s Minister Found in Jerusalem Archeological Dig

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Another archaeological discovery proving the veracity of the Bible and the veracity of the Jewish claim to Jerusalem. Via JPost: A seal impression belonging to a minister of the biblical King Zedekiah, which dates back 2,600 years, has been uncovered completely intact during an archeological dig in Jerusalem’s ancient City of David, Israeli archeologist Prof. Eilat Mazar said on Thursday. The 1 cm. in diameter seal impression, or bulla, with the name Gedalyahu ben Pashur, who served as minister to King Zedekiah (597-586 BCE), was found just meters away from a separate seal impression of another of Zedekiah’s ministers, Yehukual

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Today in Jewish History – Tevet 7

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Sponsored by Aish.com: This date marks the completion of the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible in the third century BCE — the oldest Bible translation. The Septuagint derives its name from the Latin word for ‘ seventy,’ alluding to the 72 Jewish scholars drafted by Egyptian King Ptolemy to translate the Bible for inclusion in the Library of Alexandria. The project was viewed tragically by the rabbis, as it promised to drain Jewish vitality and increase the ability of non-Jewish sects to proselytize the Jews. Legend says that the rabbis tried to disrupt the project: Although the

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Archaelogy: Archaeologist finds tomb of King Herod

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More proof that Jews are indigenous to the legitmate and sovereign nation of Israel, and the “palestinians” are simply lying interlopers and squatters: An Israeli archaeologist has found the tomb of King Herod, the legendary builder of ancient Jerusalem and the Holy Land, Hebrew University said late Monday. The tomb is at a site called Herodium, a flattened hilltop in the Judean Desert, clearly visible from southern Jerusalem. Herod built a palace on the hill, and researchers discovered his burial site there, the university said. The university had hoped to keep the find a secret until Tuesday, when it planned

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An encyclopedia vs. the Bible

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This post is a response to someone who holds that the proof which he concludes that the Palestinian Arabs have had their land stolen by Israel, can be found in a map in an encyclopedia under “Palestine”. Well, sir, evidently there is confusion and lack of knowledge of the Jewish biblical and modern historical connections to Palestine. I have a book called the Bible. There are no pictures in it at all, but it is a book about people, places and things, much like your encyclopedia. In the Bible, Gaza is a named region and it’s size, shape, region and

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The disputed territories never belonged to the “Palestinians”

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The disputed – or as Jew-haters like to say – the “occupied” territories never belonged to the “Palestinians”. Never. These areas only came into Israeli possession as a result of Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon converging on Israel’s border in 1967 – in what came to be known as the Six Day War – a war which the Arabs once again initiated with the singular goal to destroy all of Israel and all the Jews within. It was a war started by Arabs and once again lost by Arabs and as a result, Israel took control of the land. And

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