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BREAKING: Major Biblical Discovery Rocks the Globe – Muslims Livid

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Muslims are PISSED about this!

Archaeologists have exhumed an ancient discovery which is the first of its kind. Much to the dismay of the Arab settlers, it proves Israel’s existence long before Palestine was even a thought.

Researchers were ecstatic to reveal that they have stumbled upon the first found seal of a biblical Israelite king.


Charisma News reports that the royal seal of King Hezekiah, who ruled around 700 B.C., has been added to the nation’s extensive collection of ancient artifacts.

Hezekiah ruled around 700 BC and was described in the Bible as a daring monarch—”There was no one like him among all the kings of Judah, either before him or after him” (2 Kin. 18:5)—who was dedicated to eliminating idolatry in his kingdom.

“This is the first time that a seal impression of an Israelite or Judean king has ever come to light in a scientific archaeological excavation,” Mazar said.

The detailed clay seal, known as a bulla, was uncovered near the southern part of the wall surrounding Jerusalem’s Old City. It was mistakenly buried in a refuse dump around the time of the Israelite king. After five years of research, a team member was able to decipher the text.

The dots help separate the words: “Belonging to Hezekiah (son of) Ahaz king of Judah.”

“It’s always a question, what are the real facts behind the biblical stories,” Mazar said. “Here we have a chance to get as close as possible to the person himself, to the king himself.”


However, this discovery not only has biblical significance, but is relevant to the Israel-Palestine conflict today.

The word “Palestine” is believed by many to be a name derived from the Egyptian and Hebrew term for “migrants” or “wanderers,” and comes from the biblical tribe of the Philistines, who were barbaric nomads determined to conquer the Israelites. However, as the Bible describes, the Philistines’ giant fighter, Goliath, was defeated by a shepherd named David, who went on to become the king of Israel in the 10th century B.C. 

Still, this incredible seal precedes even the earliest mention of an official derivative of “Palestine,” in which the historian Herodotus called the area “Palaistinē” in the 5th century B.C., 200 years after King Hezekiah.

This means that there is tangible proof that an Israelite king ruled the area known as Israel today long before anyone mildly considered a Palestinian lived in the area.

Even then, the first Islamic Empire had not conquered the area until the Battle of Yarmouk in 636 A.D., a highlighted battle in the Muslim conquests of Syria. This led to Muawiyah I being named the Caliph, following his crowning in Jerusalem.

What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.


  1. phil box

    Dec 5, 2015 at 8:05 am

    this find is more evidence that the Bible is correct despite what evil people want try to foist on you.
    the Israelites are God’s people as the Bible states. the moslims, who read the same Bible(old testament) came along centuries later, lead by the angel who rules the world, satan and his spokesman mighty mo(mohommad). now maybe you see why they want Christians destroyed? we do not fit their barbaric nature. they hate, Christians preach love. what’s your choice?

  2. Frances Chute Quinn

    Dec 6, 2015 at 3:39 pm

    absolutely fascinating!

  3. Eric David Anderson

    Dec 7, 2015 at 4:23 pm

    Great! But I don’t see how your article bears out the headline. Nowhere in the article do you cite any Muslim expressing unhappiness with the finding. So, are we simply supposed to take your word that the Muslims are livid? Did you see one with an angry expression on his face? C’mon.

    Both Arabs and Jews trace their ancestry to Abraham, right? So their ancestors both lived in the area for many thousands of years.

    • Tlm2009

      Dec 9, 2015 at 6:49 am

      Connecting the dots and reviewing history is probably assumed.

      • Eric David Anderson

        Dec 11, 2015 at 7:42 am

        Journalism has certain rules. This article doesn’t follow them. If Muslims are unhappy, give us a report about that unhappiness. How does the author know that Muslims are unhappy? Did they just connect the dots, as you put it, or did they actually interview some Muslims, or see a story about it? If they did, they could share that with us. If not, they’re just guessing.

        • David Shreiner

          Dec 14, 2015 at 11:44 am

          The article was about the significance of the find not the reaction of the muslums. Surely you don’t think that this proof of the true heritage of Israel will be greeted with shrugs or smiles by the muslums, do you?

          • Eric David Anderson

            Dec 16, 2015 at 2:54 am

            My opinion on that subject isn’t important. You’re right the significance of the article was the find. The headline should have stuck to that, as the headlines did in every other article on the subject that I have seen.

            Speculation about Muslim reaction isn’t journalism, it’s…speculation.

  4. Crystal

    Dec 13, 2015 at 7:25 pm

    Way to go God, it’s time to bring the lies and falsehood to light! Israel belongs to the Jews… always has, always will!

  5. James O'Brien

    Dec 13, 2015 at 10:43 pm

    I saw zero supporting evidence of your headline that said “Muslims Livid”

    Can you please provide supporting evidence for that

    • Dashley

      Dec 15, 2015 at 12:26 am

      One could certainly assume that this will not make Muslims very happy!

  6. PDubOne

    Dec 14, 2015 at 11:31 pm

    This just further confirms that the Muslim/Islam Jihadist camp “rewrites history” based on their lies of what they want people to believe truth to be …

  7. Rene Arena K.

    Dec 15, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Let’s leave religion out of this for a moment, for argument’s sake. If I were an “Atheist Arab” living in that region (Palestine, Canaan, Judea; or whatever else you wish to call it), living as a generation in the present, descendant of many generations past (before 1948); I would have to leave because I’m not Jewish? Would you think that’s fair? Or better yet if I were a descendant of Semitic Jewish ancestors who happened to convert to Islam to save their skin.(Might even be related to King David; who knows?). According to both believes (Islam and Judaism) both are branches from the same tree(Abraham); why not look for “common” origins,instead of capitalizing on “fabricated” differences People grow up and “mature”; the same should occur to societies.

  8. not so fast...

    Dec 17, 2015 at 5:17 am

    Lots of faulty logic. Hezekiah was a descendant of David. David fought Philistines. Philistines/Palestinians, therefore, did in fact live in that area before Hezekiah was born.

    • JohnnyTheFox

      Dec 18, 2015 at 2:23 am

      Palestinians were in the area in the 10th Century B.C. – yes (most likely fighting, possibly trying to invade as they were by admission a nomadic race)

      Hezekiah ruled as a Jewish King around 7th Century B.C.

      Earliest example of the region being officially called Palestine – 5th Century B.C.

      This article does not deny the existence of Palestians in the 10th century, it focuses and talks about the proof of the settlement of the country and it’s name.

      I cannot see a problem with this logic unless you are only trying to shoot the article down from the very first word !!!

      I think it is you that needs to read the article properly !!!

  9. stringman

    Dec 18, 2015 at 5:21 am

    Great find! From now on, the jihadists will stop trying to wipe Israel off the map……and pigs will grow wings and take flight.