|Journalists visit the Palestinian Museum in West Bank town of Birzeit, near Ramallah, on May 17, 2016, during a press preview on the eve of the museum's opening to the public. (AFP PHOTO / ABBAS MOMANI) Times of Israel|
They claim that it was due to administrative problems that the planned embroidery exhibit wasn't put up for display. Embroidery? Duh? How does that prove a connection to Land, a history?
|Food storage jug/container found in Shiloh Hakeduma, Tel Shiloh, exhibited in our local museum. There is also one in the Israel Museum. Photo by Batya Medad (me) taken at the 2014 Shiloh Conference, Kenes Shiloh|
Here in Shiloh, we have discovered the Biblical Shiloh City Walls and so many certified and proven artifacts from Biblical days, when Shiloh housed the Mishkan, Tabernacle. Recent testing of the food found in the jugs pictured above verify that it is from about fifty years before the rule of King David, when there were still pilgrimages to the Mishkan, Tabernacle Shiloh.
|Photo by Batya Medad (me) taken at the 2014 Shiloh Conference, Kenes Shiloh|
The more the archaeologists dig and the more they check, the more confirmation is proven of the Biblical narrative. Yes, only the Jewish People can prove thousands of years of connections and history to our precious Land of Israel!!
|Shiloh Hakeduma, Ancient-Biblical Shiloh in the foreground and Modern Shiloh in the background. Photo by Batya Medad (me) taken at the 2014 Shiloh Conference, Kenes Shiloh|