The ruins of a 5,000-year-old megalopolis were uncovered in northern Israel, the Antiquities Authority announced on Sunday.
The ruins were exposed in a major excavation project in the Ein Assur site near Harish. The city was the largest in the area during the Bronze Age with about 6,000 people inhabiting it, a huge number at the time.
Last year, PA President Mahmoud Abbas barked at the UN Security Council that “we are the descendants of the Canaanites that lived in the land 5,000 years ago and continued to live there to this day.”
Well, folks, if further proof was needed, here it is. The Palestinians were around in the Bronze age. Indeed, they probably even cavorted with dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. It’s about time Steven Spielberg made Jurassic Park 3 1/2 – the Untold Story.