Refuting the holy Islamic Jihad against the Jews and Jewish History.
UNESCO continues to implement the holy Islamic Jihad against the Jews and Jewish History demanded by the Palestinian by passing a second resolution earlier today expunging the Jewish and Christian connection to the Temple Mount. The Israeli ambassador threw it in the trash.
Israel’s ambassador to UNESCO, Carmel Shama-Hacohen, puts latest Jerusalem decision into trashcan marked 'history' pic.twitter.com/GAf68JOaX0
— Judah Ari Gross (@JudahAriGross) October 26, 2016
It’s fitting that contemporaneously Israeli Antiquities preservation authorities announced that a 2,700 year old Hebrew Papyrus mentions Jerusalem. That would be over a thousand years before there was an Islam.
The Times of Israel reports:
A rare, ancient papyrus dating to the First Temple Period — 2,700 years ago — has been found to bear the oldest known mention of Jerusalem in Hebrew.
The fragile text, believed plundered from a cave in the Judean Desert cave, was apparently acquired by the Israel Antiquities Authority during a sting in 2012 when thieves attempted to sell it to a dealer. Radiocarbon dating has determined it is from the 7th century BCE, making it one of just three extant Hebrew papyri from that period, and predating the Dead Sea Scrolls by centuries.
The IAA’s Eitan Klein said the dating of the papyrus had been confirmed by comparing the text’s orthography with other texts from the period.
The slip of papyrus, which was formally unveiled by the Israel Antiquities Authority on Wednesday, measures 11 centimeters by 2.5 centimeters (4.3 inches by 1 inch). Its two lines of jagged black paleo-Hebrew script appear to have been a dispatch note recording the delivery of two wineskins “to Jerusalem,” the Judean Kingdom’s capital city. The full text of the inscription reads: “From the female servant of the king, from Naharata (place near Jericho) two wineskins to Jerusalem.”
UNESCO and the PA, pay attention: Back in 1924 the Palestinian Supreme Muslim Council officialy recognized that the Temple Mount was Jewish. pic.twitter.com/xARQGFKuyx
— Ofir Gendelman (@ofirgendelman) October 26, 2016
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