Palestine In The Torah

The occupation headquarters, the so-called “civil administration” was established on private Palestinian properties located on the highest hills on lands belonging to the historical villages of Betin, Al-Bireh and Dora Al- Qare’a west of Ramallah. The land has fertile soil and several natural springs. With the land theft and implantation of the “civil administration”, the name the old Biten hill was renamed to “Bethel” and “Beit Ell” (or “Beit Il”). This was done by the jewish invaders to support their claim that “God promised the land to the Prophet Ibrahim” (and by extension “gave” it to them). To give strengthen their claim, the place was renamed as “God’s house”, or “Beit-Assad”, what means “House of the Lion”, in reference to an obscure place named in the Torah. The zionist colonists believe that “the village of the house of gods” was founded and built on the ruins of a village on the borders of the “Kingdom of Judea” and the “Kingdom of Israel”, in Hebrew “house of gods”.

Betin or “Beit Ell” is one of many places in Palestine which was renamed by the fundamentalist rabbis so that somehow the facts on the ground would fit with their legends, since their legends did not at all fit with the facts on the ground, and that was very bad for their preposterous claims. zionism started to spread among the jews of Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries. zionism promised the jews that they would become “emancipated” from their supposed subjugation by their host societies, and more important, that there was a “promised land” for them to have, that “promised land” being Palestine.

The Old Testament of the Bible, especially the Torah, was obviously written by people who were profoundly ignorant of the geography and history of the Middle East, beyond the names of some places, like Hebron or Jerusalem. It is difficult to believe that those who wrote the Torah had ever been in the Middle East, other than as short-time visitors, for example crusaders. The Torah, with its many promises and orders, reads as a political pamphlet more than as a book of religion. The Torah has already been used by the (failed) crusaders of the middle ages as a pretext and justification to travel to my country on expeditions of genocide and plunder. Today, zionism, a non-religious rendering of the legends and rabbinical teachings contained in the Torah, is used by jewry worldwide as pretext and justification to embark in genocide and plunder on a massive scale in Palestine. Because zionism clearly states that “god gave Palestine to us”, the history and archeology of all the places named in the Old Testament of the bible are two very sensitive issues for the zionists.

Many researchers have independently come to the conclusion that close to none of the facts claimed to have happened in the Old Testament of the bible correspond to history. There is no verifiable proof, anywhere that any of the persons or places named in the Old Testament existed when and where it is claimed, and there are no verifiable proofs that the events described in the Old Testament happened where, when and how they are claimed to have happened. According to independent researchers, many of the legends contained in the Old Testament are copies or adaptations of legends from much older literature, which originated in some cases thousands of years before the Old Testament was written. This state of affairs is known to Christian clergy, and it works around the issue by proclaiming that there exists something they call “religious truth”. In the case of the jews and given their interest in keeping the loot, has forced the combined forces of zionism to subvert and falsify the history of, not only Palestine, but the whole region.

Beginning with the disingenuous claim of “a land without people for a people without land” and ending with falsified documents of property presented by squatters before israeli courts when they intend to evict people from property which has been in their families for decades, even for centuries, and everything in between. The “weeping wall” is claimed to be a remnant of the palace of the Roman governor, but it appears more likely that is made from the remnants of the horse stables of the Roman legions stationed in Jerusalem and pieces of rock collected here and there. Egyptology is another field which is completely in the hands of zionists. It is controlled to such a degree that it resembles a religion, and people who do not follow the zionist “party line” have no expectation of making a career in this field – probably because details from the history of historic Egypt do not fit or even contradict the zionist claims. Masada, one other foundational myth of israel, appears to have been a total rout of the “valiant” hebrews of the time rather than the heroic act of collective suicide which the zio-historians claim it was.


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