Archaeological Discovery Challenges The Islamic Roots of Saudi Arabia…Was It Actually A Jewish Kingdom?
“But the LORD God is the true God, He is the living God, and the everlasting King; at His wrath the earth trembleth, and the nations are not able to abide His indignation.” Jeremiah 10:10 (The Israel Bible™)
A new archaeological discovery may lead to a totally new picture of relations between the major world religions before the rise of Islam. For that very reason, it is being kept completely under wraps.
The discovery was made in Saudi Arabia in 2014 by a joint French-Saudi expedition researching rock inscriptions near the city of Najran in an area of Northern Saudi Arabia that, until recently, used to be part of Yemen. The inscriptions, carved into sandstone, were early Arab petroglyphs dating back to 470 CE.
The inscriptions used the same alphabet as earlier inscriptions found in Syria, indicating the roots of Arabic, previously thought to have originated in Saudi Arabia enmeshed with the roots of Islam, lay to the north. Strangely, this remarkable discovery was announced with little fanfare.
The report of the find, published in December by
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