Saturday, January 30, 2010

Is TIME Magazine Afraid of The Truth?

Hat tip: Shy Guy

Being afraid of the truth is the only reason I can imagine as the true reason that TIME Magazine doesn't like the archaeological search for Jerusalem's ancient history.

TIME's accusing us, Jews of " extreme case of the willful jumbling of science..." but if anyone is "jumbling" science and facts it's TIME Magazine.  The Jewish People predate Christianity and Islam.  Both of those religions have attempted over the millenium, from day one until this very day to hijack our Land, history and forefathers as their own.

Neither Christianity nor Islam would exist without Judaism.  We're the authentic article.  There's no comparison between their references to Jerusalem and the centrality it plays in Judaism (the Jewish Religion) and Jewish History.

Thank G-d there are groups like  Elad, the Ir David Foundation, that aren't afraid to show the world the truth!  Jerusalem is the Jewish People's holiest city.  It doesn't play that role to any other religion or People.  That's what the archaeologists can prove.  That's the truth that TIME considers dangerous.


JDL London Canada said...

I once had a social justice class in university that excluded the history of the Jews from the power point presentation but had muslims and xtians included. I said to the prof, "There's something missing in your presentation,where are the Jews?" for which he apologised if left he left anyone out. But, it was a deliberate attempt to exclude the Jews because then they would have to explain our point of origin in history and that would point to ancient Israel and counter any claim the arabs make.

Keli Ata said...

Right you are, JDL.

Historical revision is just one of myriad ways of wiping Jews out of existance. When someone excludes Jews but includes the two Abrahamic faiths that claim to be based on it I can only assume that it's deliberate.

Batya said...

jdl, what a story.
keli, so true

They don't want to know the truth, because then they would have to admit that they're living a lie.