Monday, March 25, 2013

A few months ago I reported that Egyptian "antiquities expert" Dr. Rahim Rihan claimed that the Star of David was originally a Muslim symbol but the Jews stole it - in the 17th century.

Al Fajer TV and other Arab media report that Rihan has added to his theory, saying that Saladin used the six-pointed star in a castle in Ras Sudr 230 kilometers from Cairo:

Saladin lived in the 12th century.

The funny part is that some of the other Arab media that picked up this story, like, illustrated it with this star:

Which is, as I had previously pointed out, the front of the Leningrad Codex Hebrew Bible - which predates Saladin by 150 years!

However, another site has scientific proof that the star really originates from the Mahdi. I cannot say I understand the proof, but apparently if you write some Arabic letters (I think Mohammed with an extra M) in a circle in a certain way, they sort of make something approaching what might slightly resemble a six pointed star if the lighting is bad. Here is the proof in black and white:

See? it is so obvious!

It is endlessly amusing that people who claim that Jews are stealing their culture are so obsessed with, well, stealing the culture of Jews.

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