Archaeologists working on the Temple Mount Sifting Project have unearthed a special archaeological find. Dating from the First Temple period, they found a small weight with the word Beka imprinted on it. Weighing the same as a half-shekel, it was used to check the weight of donations to the Temple.
Just a few months ago large sections of the ancient stones suddenly fell away, an inexplicable mist surrounded the Dome of the Rock, a snake crawled out from the Kotel, and a sinkhole appeared adjacent to the Gate of Mercy.
The United Nations has played a leading role in rewriting history as part of its anti-Israel agenda. A recent editorial in Christian media compared this to replacement theology and one rabbi agreed, noting that pro-Palestinian forces have taken this hated doctrine further than the Church ever had.
On the eve of the holiday of Passover, Israeli archaeologists discovered a fragment of a finger in the City of David made of dark stone from an imported Egyptian statue believed to date back approximately 3,500 years.