Hebrew Bible: Plagiarized Mythology and Defaced Monotheism
Many are the stories that were told in the Hebrew Bible, but the greatest story that is yet to be told is the story of the Hebrew Bible itself.
Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
The relationship with gods/god has always been one of man’s oldest preoccupations, and still is till this very day. And while it’s fair to assume that Modern day man owes his advancement in philosophy and science to ancient Greece and its earliest thinkers, it’s equally fair, when it comes to the development of religion and the evolution of religious thinking, to give credence to the ancient civilizations of Egypt and Mesopotamia.
In fact, the earliest vestiges of human faith in God, as we know it today, are to be traced back to the valley of the river Nile and between the rivers Euphrates and Tigris. We’re surely to find the root of our belief in a supreme creator inscribed, in hieroglyphs and cuneiform, on the pyramids and papyri of ancient Egypt and on the clay tablets of Sumer … And not within the confines of the Hebrew Bible, as many still believe (continue reading)
Ancient Egypt knew No Pharaohs nor any Israelites
If you think that history is all about the past … you’d better think again.
If you think the stories the Hebrew Bible had told about ancient Egypt was the whole truth … you’d better think once again.
And if you think that ancient Egypt was ruled by pharaohs … then you’d better read the next lines
Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
The title might sound a bit strange and perplexing, but throughout the following lines I’m going to elaborate, as I unfold this bizarre issue, on the historical reasons why the rulers of ancient Egypt were called kings and not Pharaohs.
“Kings or pharaohs, what difference does it make?” some might argue. .. Continue reading
In Ancient Egypt, Canaan revisited without Israel
“Take Egypt out and the whole structure of the Israelites’ tale would instantly fall.”
Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
Obviously, Egypt must have played a vital role in the history of the Hebrews otherwise it wouldn’t have been such a recurring theme in the Jewish holy book.
Egypt was, and still is, the magnificent overture to the Israelites’ story. Take Egypt out and the whole structure of the Israelites’ tale would instantly fall.
The land of the Nile has been the theater for the Israelites’ epic stories of alleged enslavement, divine retaliation, wandering in the wilderness and finally a breath-taking and logic-defying exit. (continue reading)
Exodus: Israelites’ Enduring Deception
“How come the Egyptians, who eye-witnessed the vengeful wrath of the Exodus god, never glorified YHWH nor converted to Judaism soon after?”
By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
Once again I will talk about the Israelite stories. … Why? Because those stories are still alive and being told over and over again. Those stories have the same effect they had thousands of years ago when they were first told.
Their seemingly perpetual impact is not because they surpass the Shakespearean genius but because the Israelites claimed their stories were written down with a pen immersed with divine revelation- their own divine god of course.
Those stories, without the divine dye splashed all over it, are but a bunch of myths copycatted from other ancient Near Eastern culture and mythology.
The original myth, before it had been hijacked by the Israelites like the Sumerian deluge (Noah’s flood) made sense in its native cultural context. After the Hebrew hijack not only did the story stop to make sense, but it also made a lot of damage. (continue reading)
The Jewish side of Muslim Brotherhood
“MB literature is monochromically Jewish, so when they are forced to think, for masonic-like groups usually don’t, they don’t think differently … they think Jewish”
By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
Aside from “ Judaism rejects Zionism” cliché, a lot of Islamist fundamentalist groups subscribe to the same logo and add that Islam also rejects Zionism … but when the going gets tough, most of them, as in the MB video we are going to view, adopt the Zionist very mindset and approach.
The video we’re going to discuss has been uploaded to YouTube and then blocked by YouTube, reposted and blocked once again over copyright infringement.
In the video, part of a shooting session is being filmed of some Muslim Brotherhood’s crisis actors, playing the wounded and dead in the vicinity of Raba Adawia Square, the place of their notorious and violent occupy movement, also known in the west as the peaceful MB sit-in at Nasser City, Cairo
I’ve been doing some research so I could independently verify the content of this make-believe video. (continue reading)
Denying the Holocaust of Ancient Israelites
“Even With archeology aside and relying only on your sane mind you would still reach the same conclusion; the exodus never happened”
Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
History is passed over at the Jewish Passover
What is Passover?
Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is an eight-day spring holiday that celebrates the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt.
What is the Exodus?
It is the story of the departure of the Israelites from ancient Egypt described in the Hebrew Bible.
The Hebrew Bible is the pride and joy of every Jew. It is the book of Yahweh, their chosen God, as they are his chosen people.
In Judaism, all the tales of kings and prophets, of conquests and defeats, of captivity and Diaspora and of a united kingdom and some holy temple, it all depended on this ancient story of enslavement and suffering of the ancient Israelites in Egypt under an allegedly ruthless and heathen Egyptian king, or what the Hebrew Bible mistakenly called Pharaoh. (continue reading)
The Notes of Karnak
“Karnak has no distinctive personality. Built under many kings, its ruins are as complex as were probably once its completed temples, with their shrines, their towers, their courts, their hypo-style halls”
From “The Spell of Egypt”
Buildings have personalities. Some fascinate as beautiful women fascinate; some charm as a child may charm, naively, simply, but irresistibly. Some, like conquerors, men of blood and iron, without bowels of mercy, pitiless and determined, strike awe to the soul, mingled with the almost gasping admiration that power wakes in man. Some bring a sense of heavenly peace to the heart. Some, like certain temples of the Greeks, by their immense dignity, speak to the nature almost as music speaks, and change anxiety to trust. Some tug at the hidden chords of romance and rouse a trembling response. Some seem to be mingling their tears with the tears of the dead; some their laughter with the laughter of the living. (continue reading)
“And then I looked farther, beyond the pallid line of the sands, and I saw a Pyramid of gold, the wonder Khufu had built.”
From “The Spell of Egypt” – 1911
Why do you come to Egypt? Do you come to gain a dream, or to regain lost dreams of old; to gild your life with the drowsy gold of romance, to lose a creeping sorrow, to forget that too many of your hours are sullen, grey, bereft? What do you wish of Egypt? continue reading …