Dead Sea Scrolls come to the Franklin...

Dead Sea Scrolls come to the Franklin Institute

There are 2 comments on the story from May 10, 2012, titled Dead Sea Scrolls come to the Franklin Institute. In it, reports that:

In 1947, a young Palestinian goatherd discovered a narrow cave entrance by the shores of the Dead Sea, in what is now Israel.

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#1 May 10, 2012
The Dead Sea Scrolls represent 972 parchments and papyrus fragments with Jewish-Christian Biblical that proves the great historical culture of the Jewish people in his Israel homeland and capital Jerusalem during the Kingdom of David 3300 years ago when there was not even one PLO or Hamas terroristsÂ’ and suicide bombersÂ’ ancestors in Israel since they came to work in Israel from Syria 3200 years later. The Ten Commandments that are incorporated in the Dead Sea Scrolls continue to be the roots of the American and Israeli moral laws today and were never replaced.


#2 May 10, 2012
Extremely cool. Quite a score for the city.

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