Palestinian lecturer denies biblical and historical Temple




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Published on Jun 29, 2009

A lecturer at Bir-Zeit University claims that no Temple ever stood in Jerusalem. Astoundingly, he asserts further that all of the archaeological excavations carried out by Israel have produced no evidence - "not a jug, not a coin, no clay, no bronze" - of any Jewish presence there. [PATV (Fatah), June 23, 2009]

Dr. Jamal 'Amr, Lecturer, Urban Planning, Bir-Zeit University
PA history revision:
There has never been a Temple in Jerusalem
[PATV (Fatah), June 23, 2009]

"There's a [Judeo-Christian] view that it [the Dome of the Rock] stands on the Holy of Holies of the fictitious Temple. That is merely an illusion. There is no remnant of it. It's a muth. A story of no value, like the Arabian Nights and other ancient legends. After 60 years of digging [by archaeologists] in Palestine, they've found nothing. Not a jug, not a coin, no clay, no bronze, no piece of metal, absolutely nothing of this myth, because it's a myth and a lie. Those digs didn't leave a single meter [unturned], but it has achieved absolutely nothing. The myths about the fictitious Temple claim that it stood in place of the Dome of the Rock."


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