Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Moses Led Muslims out of Egypt

Is the proclamation of Dr. Omar Ja’ara of Al-Najah University in Nablus.  The Arabs not content with teaching American University students lies about Israel, they are now stealing the Bible and Jewish history.  I can see the so-called Mainstream Churches (Methodist, Episcopalian, Presbyterian, Lutherians, etc...) now teaching this new doctrine as Gospel truth.  Why not?  They already teach the Koran as if it is the next New Testament.
Dr. Omar Ja’ara, lecturer at Al-Najah University in Nablus specializing in Israeli affairs, said on Fatah television on February 15 that Moses led the Muslims out of Egypt and that the Exodus was the first instance of ‘Palestinian’ liberation through armed struggle, reported the Palestinian Media Watch.

“We must make clear to the world that David in the Hebrew Bible is not connected to David in the Quran,” he said. “Solomon in the Hebrew Bible is not connected to the Solomon in the Quran and neither is Saul or Joshua son of Nun.

“We have a great leader, Saul, who defeated the nation of the giants and killed Goliath. This is a Muslim victory.

“The Muslims of the Children on Israel went out of Egypt under the leadership of Moses and unfortunately, many researchers deny the Exodus of these oppressed people who were liberated by a great leader like Moses the Muslim, the believing leader, the great Muslim, who was succeeded by Saul, the leader of these Muslims in liberating Palestine,” Ja’ara claimed.

“This was the first Palestinian liberation through armed struggle to liberate Palestine from the nation of giants led by Goliath,” he added. “This is our logic and this is our culture.“

Muhammad the Pedophile was born in 570 CE and died 632 CE.  The events of the Exodus occurred in 1450 BCE.  Over 2000 years BEFORE Muhammad was born.  In fact everyone has the story wrong.  The true story of the Exodus Out Of Egypt is this:
A young boy returned home from Hebrew school, washed his hands and sat down to dinner.

His father asked him what he learned that day in school.

The boy replied that the Rabbi told his class the most amazing story of how the Jews were rescued from the Land of Egypt and brought to the Land of Israel.

His father smiled and asked his son to relate the story the Rabbi told them.

"Sure Dad," the boy said. "Now this story happened a long time ago, before the time of CNN. Before the time of computers, and cell phones. Before even TV. I think it was in the 1920s or so it happened.

"Egypt was ruled by this guy named Pharaoh. I think it means "Nasty Egyptian". And we Jews were his slaves. We didn't like being slaves and prayed to G-d to set us free. G-d heard our prayers and sent us a miracle.

"G-d sent the IDF back in time to rescue the Children of Israel (I think they rescued the parents too.). The Commandos diverted the Egyptian Army while the Children and their parents fled to the Red Sea (It was red because G-d turned the water to blood like in Zombie Killers 3.). There the IDF built Pontoon bridges across the Red Sea for the people to go across. When the Egypt Army tried to follow, the IDF blew up the bridges.

"Then this guy named Moshe Dayan (He is the head of the IDF, I think. Rabbi said he was G-d's greatest profits.) lead the Children of Israel (and their parents) to Mount Sinai where Moshe lays down the law, destroys the Golden Calf and leads them to Israel.

"But it took them 40 years because nobody had a GPS and Moshe would not ask for directions."

His father had a look upon his face that was a cross between total astonishment and WTF. "Is this what the Rabbi taught you?"

"No Dad," the boy said. "But you wouldn't believe the crazy story he did tell."


The Miracle of the Exodus cannot be denied.  G-d rescued the People of Israel, not the Muslims (who did not exist), not the Canaanites, Moabites, or the Egyptians.  It was to Moses, the leader of the Hebrews, that G-d gave the Ten Commandments and Torah to.  If G-d had given the Torah to Muhammad, where is it?  Why is the Islamic faith so hateful, so violent?

The Passover narrative is a Jewish one.  Moses, with the help of G-d, brought the Children of Israel (and their parents) out of bondage in Egypt and into freedom in the Land of Israel.

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