Game Changing new book on the History of the Egyptian Kings and the Israelites.
It seems that Jews have lied about their history. Overwhelming new evidence by top Egyptian and Israeli scholars shows that Jews were never slaves in Egypt.
If the Jews had been living in Egypt for centuries as slaves,
surely they would have noticed the pyramids and the Sphinx?
Strangely, neither of these great architectural wonders of the world
are mentioned even once in the Talmud, Torah or Christian Old Testament.
Talmud: “To lie to a Goyim (Non Jew) is not a Lie”.
Backed by every reputable expert in the known world, Ezzat argues that ancient Hebrew history as we know it today is based on one colossal lie — that events described as happening in Egypt, if they happened at all, really happened in Arabia. Which means that according to his version, the tales of Joseph, Moses and the Exodus might still be true, but the location in which they are alleged to have happened are false.
To the average person, this would seem a farfetched assertion were it not for the supportive testimony of the world’s top Egyptologists, from James Henry Breasted to Donald Redford to Israel Finkelstein. Even some Israeli experts agree, including the head of archeology at Tel Aviv University. Prof. Ze’ev Herzog, in a 1999 article in Ha’aretz, said:
“The Israelites were never in Egypt, did not wander in the desert, did not conquer the land in a military campaign and did not pass it on to the 12 tribes of Israel.”
In this book Dr Ashraf Ezzat explains how Egypt as we see it today never even existed. And that the area was known as “Mizraim”….as seen here in this quote from the Jewish Torah:
And here is where Mizraim was, in what is now Yemen and South Saudi Arabia:
Dr Azram Ezzat also goes on to explain that there was no such thing as an Egyptian King called a “Pharoah”. That the leaders of “Arabian Tribes” were called “Phareon”.