Archaeologist Cracks Mysterious Message on Jerusalem Prison Wall

An Israeli archaeologist set out to find the Jewish fighter who left behind an inscription at Jerusalem's Kishle prison. What he found dates back to the 8th century BCE -- the First Temple period.

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As a 20-year-old member of the pre-state Jewish underground, Shmuel Matza spent four days incarcerated in the Kishle, a prison right near Jerusalem’s Old City walls.