Some interesting historical news out of Israel:
A dump site is the last place you would expect to find an 8th century B.C. seal for a papyrus document signed by one of the kings of Judah.
Perhaps that’s why it has taken 2,700 years for the piece of clay inscribed with King Hezekiah’s seal to be discovered in Jerusalem.
The King’s seal isn’t something that just anyone had access to
“Therefore, it’s very reasonable to assume we are talking about an impression made by the King himself, using his own ring.
While this is of great interest to Biblical scholars and a setback for those who say it’s made up out of the whole cloth the real people hurt the most are those who insist that there is no Jewish connection to the land.
— Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) December 4, 2015
But it’s not a big deal for them, so many facts are ignored by the BDS left that one more won’t make a difference.