Actually, D, there isn't much evidence of that. The Waqf (Muslim trustee) has dug it up, cut it up into little pieces, and dumped it in the Kidron Valley, where it will take at least 15 years to sift the debris, and as everyone knows, archeological artifacts are not as useful if not studied in situ. The Waqf has worked very hard to try to prove that there was no Jewish presence there, despite extra-Biblical information to the contrary.
State comptroller to PM: Focus on answering Gaza war report rather than criticizing it (Haaretz)
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