Sunday, December 23, 2018

  • Sunday, December 23, 2018
  • Elder of Ziyon


Tawfiq Okasha is a well known Egyptian host and hes said many absurd things over the years. But he's still on TV, so his words are still listened to by millions of Egyptians.

In his latest rant, Okasha claims that the Jews of France stole the Rosetta Stone to hide the advanced scientific secrets of Egypt and keep them for themselves. He claimed that only French Jews have access to the stone and can decipher it.

In fact the Rosetta Stone is one of the most studied pieces of archaeology in history and it has been in England for over two hundred years.

Okasha said during his program "Egypt Today" that the secrets of deciphering the Rosetta Stone are not yet known because it is in France now, saying that the Jewish French scholars know very well that the stone contains many secrets. These secrets, when deciphered, would reveal the scientific achievements of ancient Egyptians, but the Jews are keeping that ancient knowledge to themselves.



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