Hamas is under pressure twice over, from both the worsening domestic situation in the Strip and the militant organization potentially losing its main threat against Israel.23:32 03.05.16 | 0 comments
Josh, there is no shred of evidence to prove that the Hebrews were slaves in Egypt, that they escaped by having Moses cause plagues and kill every first-born Egyptian child, that the Red Sea was parted, etc. There is no evidence that a horde of Hebrews entered Canaan c. 1200 BC and destroyed all the towns and killed every living being, as we read in Deuteronomy. These tales were written down about 700 BC, and the contradictions and outright yarns of the Bible make fun reading. Also, have you read Herodotus, one of the first serious "historians? Even he is doubted mightily today, but he did mention "Syria Palaestine" c. 444 BC. The name was commonly used, especially since the kingdom of Israel was no more, and Judea was not doing so well either. Get some real history books.