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    • Zev Davis
    • 23.02.10 | 10:17 (IST)

    In the spirit of "Az Christl'z zich Yid'n zich", or if the non-Jews do it, it must be kosher for Jews. We, too, have to trash our Sources just as some other academics of other nations like to say "it isn't so". Some Frenchmen are trashing Napoleon, and US historians have been saying their Founding Fathers were not as . . . the canon describes. There is evidence that before the most recent Ice Age, for some reason, there was a whole lot of stuff goin' on that the Humanists of Europe didn't know. What they didn't know, didn't exist, until archeologists discovered it. By that time they couldn't deny it. If they did it was somebody else, not the natives. The thing about Troy was considered a myth until the layer that was identified by the Iliad was discovered as fact. The Aboriginals were proven to have reached Australia 50,000 years ago making them the Founders of that nation. Now, with the evidence we learn in the Land of Israel . . . now I ask you!

    from the article: Archaeologist finds Jerusalem wall matching biblical story
    First published 02:37 23.02.10 | Last updated 06:21 23.02.10
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