Jews Claim Ancient Papyrus Supports Israeli Claim to Jerusalem

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We’re supposed to take the word of the lying Zionists for this “discovery?”

Oy vey!

Reuters

Israeli archaeologists have made public a fragment of an ancient text which they say is the earliest Hebrew reference to Jerusalem outside the Bible – a discovery the government swiftly enlisted as evidence of the Jewish connection to the holy city.

The 11 cm by 2.5 cm (4.3 by one inch) piece of papyrus, dated by the Israel Antiquities Authority to the 7th century B.C., was presented at a news conference in Jerusalem shortly after Paris-based UNESCO adopted a resolution that Israel said denied Judaism’s link to the ancient city.

Two lines of ancient Hebrew script on the fragile and faded artifact suggest it was part of a document detailing the payment of taxes or transfer of goods to storehouses in Jerusalem.

“From the king’s maidservant, from Na’arat, jars of wine, to Jerusalem,” it reads.

The Antiquities Authority said its investigators had recovered the document, described as “the earliest extra-biblical source to mention Jerusalem in Hebrew writing”, after it was plundered from a cave by antiquities robbers.

For Israel’s government, the papyrus is a rebuttal to UNESCO, the UN scientific and cultural organization, which is regarded by many Israelis as hostile. Arab members of UNESCO and their supporters frequently condemn Israel.

“Hey UNESCO, an ancient papyrus dating to the 1st Temple 2700 yrs ago has been found. It bears the oldest known mention of Jerusalem in Hebrew,” Ofir Gendelman, a spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, wrote on Twitter.

Emmanuel Nahshon, a spokesman for Israel’s Foreign Ministry, called Wednesday’s vote in Paris by UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee “a piece of rubbish”.

The resolution, according to a text provided by Palestinian officials, refers to a Jerusalem compound – revered by Jews as Temple Mount and by Muslims as Haram al-Sharif (Noble Sanctuary) – only as a “Muslim holy site of worship”.

Two weeks ago, Israel lashed out at UNESCO for renewing a similar resolution that condemned it for restrictions on Muslim access to the site, in a part of Jerusalem captured by Israeli forces in a 1967 war.

Israel considers all of Jerusalem as its capital, a position that is not recognized internationally. Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of an independent state they seek in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

“The discovery of the papyrus on which the name of our capital Jerusalem is written is further tangible evidence that Jerusalem was and will remain the eternal capital of the Jewish people,” said Israeli Culture Minister Miri Regev, in comments included in an Antiquties Authority announcement of the find.

Saeb Erekat, secretary general of the Palestine Liberation Organization, accused Israel of waging an campaign of “archaeological claims and distortion of facts” to try to cement its claim to the holy city.

How convenient this discovery was made just in time to allegedly refute the UN action against Israel.

12 thoughts on “Jews Claim Ancient Papyrus Supports Israeli Claim to Jerusalem

  1. “you jews are guilty of all murders (of 151+ Billion living or potential White People-aka-Adamite-Israelites) Ever. We will never forgive you devils (jews) nor will you ever have peace, forevermore!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

  2. Jew logic means that Manhattan should be handed back to the descendants of the native Americans who lived there just a few hundred years ago and also 2700 years ago. DNA proof could be used. All Manhattan real estate including that leased by Larry Shekelberg should be given 100% to these Indians. All rents, 100%, to be paid to these Indians, including for the Wall Street banks and stock market buildings. Also the Federal reserve and the United Nations better start coughing up rent to these red Indians.

    OK, Jews, be consistent and respect historical ownership.
    Funny that to them only 2700 years ago counts. Why not say 4000 years ago? Rome has no claim for the hundreds of years of ownership of these biblical lands?
    What about the 1500 years that Botulisms (sic) have lived in Palestine and owned the land?
    May as well say that all of Baghdad only belongs to any descendants of the Babylonians of 2700 years ago.
    Or that London belongs to the Celts now living in Ireland or Wales,, same crazy Jew logic.
    I want my ancestors land of 2700 years ago! It is obviously not in Australia because I am not an abo. I want my piece of Europe, for free.

    • Haha, yeah you are totally right!

      But of course you can’t expect them to see the irony.

      The good news is that we could kick any black,brown or jew out of Europe using their arguments🙂

      • Exactly! Return Europe to those than lived there 2700 years ago. The Celts of Britanny, Ireland and Scotland would then be like the current Israelis, the masters of Europe.

      • I do not know if the Celts and Danes had the boats for the cross Atlantic trip 2700 years ago. The Phoenicians could have done it, and maybe did.
        The Red Indians are Indians because they walked to South America from India, via Russia. They also had no boats to cross oceans. After 40,000 years of scientific research, abos still have no boats except dug out canoes.
        The gypsies, abos and bedouins (in Sinai at least) are also scumbags who were kicked out of India long ago. The abos, 40,000 years ago, so they have no claim to India using Jewthink! The gypsies might, it would be fantastic for Europe if they all returned to India.

  3. But what they arent saying – and they admit amongst themselves in their own writings [such as the jewish almanac] is that jews are NOT Hebrews, nor Biblical Israelites. Period. This is just more propaganda designed to dupe the goy and allow their continued parasitic existence, whilst attempting to justify their theft and atrocities.

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