This article is ridiculous. So the Jews didn't build the pyramids-- so what? They are recorded as building the treasure cities of Pithon and Rameses. What, you think that the Jews didn't know where they were or what they were doing? Furthermore, there are archaeological sites in Saudi Arabia that are forbidden to outsiders-- so obviously there is something there, and that something probably proves without a doubt that the Jews were there on their way to the Promised Land. There is also the intriguing find in the Red Sea of chariot wheels, now covered with coral and other marine growth. Personally, I believe that the Bible can be relied upon to be historical. So far nothing that has been found refutes anything found in the Bible, or don't you ever read Biblical Archaeology Review?
High school teacher's union threatens strike (Haaretz)
from the article: Were Jews ever really slaves in Egypt, or is Passover a myth?