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Anderson, an American Independent Baptist, takes the text of the Torah as absolutely true, the infallible word of God. Archeological findings or lacking archeological findings must be interpreted along that standard.
We asked Dr. Levine to respond to the article in al-Ahram and the comment of Egyptologist Lutfi Sherif. His response focusses on two arguments: Moses is a Hebrew name and the account of the Exodus is right. The arguments show that Dr. Levine and Lutfi Sherif will never agree on these points. For Dr...
Egyptologist Lutfi Sherif led an AWR-visit to the land of Goshen in March 2003 and knows the discussion of archeologists on the Exodus quite well. Excavations in the Eastern Delta have become politically sensitive. This article mentions that the claim that the tomb of Alexander the Great was found...
The writer presents an overview of a French book by historian Guy Rachet. The book is titled "La Bible mythe et realites: La Bible et I´histoire d´Israel" [The Holy Bible, myths and realities: The Holy Bible and the history of Israel]. It discusses the relations between Egypt and the...
The article sheds light on the history of Pharaoh Ramsis II claiming that he was not the pharaoh in the time of Moses and that the Jews did not built his city as they claim
Dr. Fayed Ashour refutes Jewish claims concerning the existence of Solomon´s Temple in Jerusalem
The article is an interview with Dr. Fayed Ashour. He argues that most of the Jews are not Semitic. He also refuses the claim of Jews that that they are the builders of the Giza Pyramids.
Dr. Hagagi Ibrahim, the president of the Antiquities Department at the Faculty of Arts, Tanta University, gives a background about the Psalms of David. He comments on magic in Judaism and claims that parts of the psalms were used in magic. He also comments on Jewish antiquities in Egypt.
The Israeli government invited Jews in Morocco to immigrate to Israel in an attempt to make use of the situation after Casablanca bombing.
According to Newsweek, American Christian missionaries will continue their activities in Iraq, where Muslims account for 98% of the population. The International Bible Society will send 10,000 copies of an Arabic book titled “Jesus Christ came with peace” to Iraq. At the same time, the White House...

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