Jerusalem: The Media Myths (Lies) About ‘Two Cities’

May 20, 2012, 3:28 pm


Despite all the archeological/historical evidence of three thousand of years of a flourishing, continuous Jewish presence in their undivided city of Jerusalem, many people are inundated with lies about Arab claims to the city. In reality, the division of Jerusalem began in 1948 when Jordan invaded and physically cut the city into two pieces. In the video shown below by, hear living testimony from an eighth generation Jerusalem Jew and from one whose family arrived in the great city in 1835. Then study up on your history and learn the truth that Jerusalem has, shall, and always will be the undivided capital of the Jewish State. Period.

Disregard the anti-Semitic bigots — the delegitimizers of Israel. Find out about the Biblical and historical convergence of, for example, the books of Nehemiah and Jeremiah. The haters ignore the mountains of evidence proving that Jews lived in the Holy Land long before Arab conquerors arrived in the 7th century A.D. … Evidence like the first Jewish temple (ca. 950 B.C.) and the second Jewish temple (ca. 535 B.C.), or the Biblical passages in John 1:49, Book of 1 Samuel, 13:19, Exodus 2:23, or 1 Chronicles 29:23. Indeed, Archaeologists have found Hebrew text in Israel dating to 3,000 years ago.

Related: Arab/Muslim World, Hatred, History, Islam, Israel, Judaism, Media/Blogsphere, Political Correctness

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