Sunday, December 21, 2014

  • Sunday, December 21, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
I came across an English article from 2012 by Charlotte Silver, who has written for Al Akhbar, Electronic Intifada and Al Jazeera.

Check out this piece of amazing historical revisionism:
Beersheba – the Hebraized name of the Arabic Bir al-Sabah – translates to English as “the well of the seven.” This is in reference to the city’s location which allows for easy access to underground aquifers that flow from the Hebron hills.
Wow! Beersheba is a Hebraicized version of the ancient Arabic name!

I guess that Abraham and Abimelech conspired to rename it in Hebrew from the ancient "Palestinians" who lived there at the time! '

But don't be too surprised. The same kinds of people pretend that Tel Aviv, built on sand dunes and vineyards, was originally an Arab village named "Tel- ar-Rabi" - a completely fictional place.


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