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  • Originally posted by GB_FXST View Post

    Agree. If the agenda was just a state, then they could have had one decades ago.
    All the way back in 1937.

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    • Cross posted in the Archeology Thread:

      'EVERY CHILD WHO KNOWS A FEW LETTERS OF HEBREW CAN READ IT'

      Earliest known stone carving of Hebrew word ‘Jerusalem’ found near city entrance

      While any inscription dating from the Second Temple period is of note, the 2,000-year-old three-line inscription on a waist-high column — reading “Hananiah son of Dodalos of Jerusalem” — is exceptional, as it is the first known stone carving of the word “Yerushalayim,” which is how the Israeli capital’s name is pronounced in Hebrew today.

      https://www.timesofisrael.com/earlie...city-entrance/

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      • Originally posted by GB_FXST View Post
        Cross posted in the Archeology Thread:

        'EVERY CHILD WHO KNOWS A FEW LETTERS OF HEBREW CAN READ IT'

        Earliest known stone carving of Hebrew word ‘Jerusalem’ found near city entrance

        While any inscription dating from the Second Temple period is of note, the 2,000-year-old three-line inscription on a waist-high column — reading “Hananiah son of Dodalos of Jerusalem” — is exceptional, as it is the first known stone carving of the word “Yerushalayim,” which is how the Israeli capital’s name is pronounced in Hebrew today.

        https://www.timesofisrael.com/earlie...city-entrance/
        See, this is where I disagree with Netanyahu that the Torah is Israel’s deed to the land. A stronger deed is the archaeology, the genetic genealogy, and the Canaanite language.

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        • Originally posted by Alcaldemb View Post

          See, this is where I disagree with Netanyahu that the Torah is Israel’s deed to the land. A stronger deed is the archaeology, the genetic genealogy, and the Canaanite language.
          Not mutually exclusive concepts, but yes, agree too.

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          • Originally posted by GB_FXST View Post

            Not mutually exclusive concepts, but yes, agree too.
            Not mutually exclusive, no, but hard to argue with contemporaneous evidence.

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