Latest Palestinian #FakeNews: Jews first arrived in Israel only 70 yrs ago

In yet another example of Palestinian revisionist history (Taqiyya) to ‘steal Israel,’ a Fatah archaeologist for Al-Azhar University reports, ‘No archaeological evidence of children of Israel in Palestine’. 

By Mordechai Sones


Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) has compiled excerpts of content broadcast by the Palestinian Authority that exposes the distortions that so-called Palestinian intellectuals are willing to perpetrate to further their goal of dispossessing the Jewish People from their land.

Author Haidar Massad says the Zionist narrative has falsified history, as the Children of Israel were never in Palestine: “I wrote a novel called The Palace that was published in 2019. This novel… is about the falsification of the historical geography in the Zionist and Talmudic narrative… The reader can establish… that in this land, Palestine, which has always been Arab – the children of Israel were never there.”

Archaeologist and member of Fatah’s Jerusalem branch Abir Zayyad claimed: “We have no archaeological evidence of the presence of the children of Israel in Palestine in this historical period 3,000 years ago, neither in Jerusalem, nor in all of Palestine.”

And Al-Azhar University political science lecturer Riyad Al-Aileh wasn’t embarrassed to say: “The Jews claim that they were in Palestine 2,000 years ago. If we look at the history we will see that they were not in Palestine in the past, but rather only as invaders less than 70 years ago. For these 70 years they have been invaders, like the Hyksos, the Byzantines, the Persians, and [British] colonialism. The Canaanite Palestinian people has since succeeded in defeating those invaders and continue [to live] in this land?”


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The 3 ‘scholarly Palestinian professionals’ [sarcasm] above have no qualms pushing Taqiyya as opposed to religious or historical truths. Had non-believers misquoted Mohammed or the Qur’ran so blatantly, Islamists would be rioting and calling for heads to roll.

There are 22 different places in the Qur’an where Israel (the Holy Land) is referenced as belonging to the Jews.

Nowhere does the Qur’an make mention of the Muslims’ claim to the Holy Land. Instead, God reveals in the Qur’an that The Holy Land is designated for the followers of Moses. Because the Promised Land is theirs according to the Qur’an.

Here (Chapter 5: 20-21), Mohammed quoted the Qur’ran as saying:

Moses said to his people: O my people! Remember the bounty of God upon you when He bestowed prophets upon you, and made you kings and gave you that which had not been given to anyone before you amongst the nations. O my people! Enter the Holy Land which God has written for you, and do not turn tail, otherwise you will be losers.


Moreover, the Qur’an explicitly refers to the return of the Jews to the Land of Israel before the Last Judgment when it says in the Surah of the Children of Israel, verse 104:

And thereafter We [God] said to the Children of Israel: ‘Dwell securely in the Promised Land. And when the last warning will come to pass, we will gather you together in a mingled crowd.’

Palestinian negation of Islamic teachings concerning Jerusalem, Israel, the Holy Land, is recent and does not predate the PLO and its political propaganda.

In 1932, during the British Mandate period, the Supreme Muslim Council of Jerusalem published a Brief Guide to Haram as-Sharif  for Muslim pilgrims, written in English. It says:

This site is one of the oldest in the world. Its sanctity dates from the earliest times. Its identity with the site of Solomon’s Temple is beyond dispute. This, too, is the spot, according to universal belief, on which David built there an altar unto the Lord, and offered burnt offerings and peace offerings.

So again I must ask:

If the Palestinian cause was just and true,
then why their incessant need to lie about EVERYTHING?


Not convinced? Want overwhelming archeological proof?


This 1893 map in Arabic calls Israel, “Wilayat Soorya”  (meaning “Province of Syria” NOT ‘Palestine’), so it can’t be brushed aside as a misunderstanding of the Ottoman Empire… but rather proof of more Palestinian lies and propaganda.



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