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    • Jennifer
    • 02.01.10 | 17:18 (IST)

    Slim Bert is right, Shlomo Sand has no bearing here and the reason for that is if you actually read his book, you'll see that he offers no scientific or historical basis for his arguments, in fact, he himself has admitted that he is not a historian of ancient history and has no qualifications to write such a book and that this theory is nothing more than his opinion. So it changes nothing, not to mention that science has proven him wrong. I could also write a book about how humans evolved from unicorns and like sand's book, it would be a nice story but wouldn't have much value in the non-fiction world.

    from the article: Comment / Settlers can stay, but only as citizens of Palestine
    First published 01:52 01.01.10 | Last updated 08:51 01.01.10
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