#106 Wispy, at best, the evidence is not conclusive - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • hala
    • 29.07.06 | 06:52 (IDT)

    Go to the sources--Egyptian writings mention only the "Habiru," marauding tribes who menaced the king of Urusalilm, 'Abdu Kheba, who wrote to his overlord, Pharaoh Akhnaton, c. 1370 BC, for aid against the incursions. These Habiru might be the Hebrew tribes who had come from what is today Northern Syria. Yes, the Hebrews did not descend to earth from a spaceship, they were simply one of the Semitic peoples who inhabited the Middle East, who wandered around, who are still around today, since there is no evidence that the Canaanites were all exterminated by the friendly Hebrews as told in Deuteronomy, where God tells Israel to take all the cities, houses, goods, wells, vineyards, olilve orchards which the Hebrews had not created and then to slay every living being. Shame on the Hebrews (except that this is all a fable written c. 700 BC; later, in Judges, we read that the Hebrews married Canaanites).

    from the article: IAF drops pamphlets in Gaza outlining terms for cease-fire
    First published 00:00 26.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 26.07.06
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