The Destruction of Israeli Ancient History

Beyond the Cusp

You have probably read about the lengths that the Jordanian WAQF allows digging on the Temple Mount to depths as deep and thus far back as the First Temple, the Temple which King Solomon, King David’s son, built. The claim is they are digging in order to lay pipes or lay cables. They never lay any pipes or cables; they just smash everything and take it to a rubble pile alongside the Temple Mount (see montage below). There is an entire excavation team which goes through the destroyed rubble just in case something survives. The miracle is that they have found some small remnants including the pomegranate shaped bells from biblical Priestly Robes (see examples in lower picture). Sometimes using a backhoe or bulldozer, you miss the small stuff, thankfully. Then there have been the repeateddestruction of Joseph’stomb in Hebron. The articles cover the destruction of the…

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Please send me, as a comment to this page, any old material you have for inclusion in The Daily Joke Alert - to help enable us all to have our fancy tickled regularly! Never mind the state it's in as I tidy everything up prior to publication. Don't let good material go to waste - and so much does. In the interests of the environment we should always try to re-cycle everything, especially jokes. You know that makes sense! You may find some historical stuff here, but this does not really matter as humor is fairly timeless.

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