The History of Israel and Judaism Debunked

There is fake history and there is forbidden history.  We only present the reality of the dilemma here.  But, we encourage readers to do their own research so that they can reach informed conclusions for themselves.

What if the people we know as “Jews” are imposters?  Would that not mean that these people are not “the apple of God’s eye”?  And, would Christian Zionism be seen for the sham that it is?  Check out this post from another blogger.

Tarig Anter on Protect & Reinvent Democracy

The History of Israel and Judaism Debunked The History of Israel and Judaism Debunked

The world has been fooled and manipulated for 3500 year by fake tales inserted into human history, academia, media, politics, and religions. This situation cannot and must not be allowed any more. Without any doubt truth will prevail and trying to maintain, dodge, and defend fake history, dishonest academics, corrupt politics, and distorted religion are doomed to failure sooner or later.

The world will know and admit that the Hebrew Israelite are nomadic Arab tribe, (Hebrew=Ebri=Arbi=Arab). They took refuge in Ethiopia and they had never went to Egypt during its glory.

(Note: My Facebook account (Tarig Anter) is now phished immediately after I posted this article on it. My attempts with Facebook is still failing. I guess this article hit the undeniable truth.)

Here are a summary of the main falsehoods in the history of Israel and Judaism; plus a brief of…

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10 thoughts on “The History of Israel and Judaism Debunked

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  2. The Israelite were Arab tribe in Yemen speaking Old Arabic language and were writing in Ancient South Arabian script called “Musnad”, which became extinct, now it only survives as Ge’ez in Ethiopia and Eritrea.
    The Israelite were not called Hebrew (Ebri) before they invaded Canaan in 1400 BC, they were still Arbi.
    Only After they colonized and intermarried with Canaanite (which was allowed before the Turkic Jews cancelled them with new codes in 530 BC) they called themselves Ebri (Hebrew) and wrote their Arabic language with scripts derived from Phoenician scripts. The oldest found Hebrew inscriptions date to 1000 BC only.
    The Paleo-Hebrew alphabet also spelt Palaeo-Hebrew alphabet, is only a variant of the Phoenician alphabet.
    Their Arabic language itself borrowed heavily from Canaanites then they called the new product Ancient Hebrew and its scripts continued to develop.
    The extinction of the Ancient South Arabian script “Musnad” was deliberate act from Jews who influenced the Arabs to write the Holy Quran in a newly developed script borrowed from Nabataean language from North Arabia, and the Arabs ignored the ancient and well developed and widely used script of Musnad.
    The History of the Hebrew language is another well kept secret and shrouded with myths.

  3. According to the Hebrew Bible, the exact place of Moses’ grave remains unknown, in order to impede idolatry. Moses died in Yemen, he never went any further, that is why no one will ever find his tomb.

    • Yes. Good point. Much in the Old Testament cannot be verified.

      How about all the references to “Pharaoh” without identifying or specifying which one, which Pharaoh? The early books of the Old Testament were in oral tradition for several centuries and then later were selectively edited in the 5th century BC (by Ezra?). As well, when the Old Testament was translated into Greek, the Septuguint, there were also errors made in translation. The bottom line is that it is indeed possible that they could not identify which Pharaohs were in power during the alleged time of the Jewish (Hebrew) captivity in Egypt because they (the Hebrews) were never captive in Egypt, but in Ethiopia as you postulate, Tarig.

  4. In 1881, the French vice consulate in Yemen wrote to the leaders of the Alliance (the Alliance Israelite Universelle) in France, that he read in a book by the Arab historian Abu-Alfada that the Jews of Yemen settled in the area in 1451 BC. (45 years before the Israelites invaded Canaan only in 1406 BC) He called them Jews but this is wrong he should have said (Israelite) because the term Jews appeared after 530 BC only https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yemenite_Jews#Early_history

  5. Egyptian king Merneptah (reign: 1213 to 1203 BC) left a very important stele. The text is largely an account of Merneptah’s victory over the Libyans and their allies, but the last 3 of the 28 lines deal with Israel.
    All researchers interpreted this as a separate but strange campaign against Canaan to the west of Egypt! This means these are two different campaigns carried out at the same time but mentioned in one stele! The stele is sometimes referred to as the “Israel Stela” because a majority of scholars translate a set of hieroglyphs in line 27 as “Israel.”
    The more reasonable explanation is that the stele is referring to Israelites in Libya and/or Sudan; but not Israel in Canaan.
    Accurate translation and understanding of Merneptah Stele could reveal new interpretation of the history of Israelites in Africa.
    For more information on Merneptah Stele go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merneptah_Stele

    • Thanks Tarig for that good information. I think anything found that contradicts the narrative we have from the Bible would possibly be suppressed by any researchers and periodicals (even scholarly ones) that are tied to or influenced by Israel and the Jews. Christian Zionists would almost certainly suppress or try to discredit any finds that cast doubt on Old Testament accounts about the ancient Hebrews. This is why it is so difficult to get to truth in this world. Various groups with their own self serving agendas work to suppress or distort inconvenient truths. (There are 3 main types of a lie. 1. Telling a false statement. 2. Suppressing a true statement. Burying the truth so no one can know it. 3. Telling half-truths.)

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