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Retired Egyptian General Fouad Fayoud: Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna was a Jew; Israel’s Mossad wants to “tear apart” Arab countries with sectarian conflict. MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD founder Hassan al-Banna was secretly a Jew, retired Egyptian General Fouad Fayoud said last month on Egyptian…
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Their claim in this controlled media piece is that the explosion would have been a mere “demonstration” of Israeli power to get the Arab nations to “back off.” But this is doubtful: The nuclear explosion would have been in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, and there would have
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The “Middle Eastern” ancestry cited was Neolithic, including some from ancient Anatolia, which was once almost entirely occupied by proto-Europeans, and likely included Sumerians, another essentially European people. ANCIENT EGYPTIANS were more closely related to people from…
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Essays

THIS WORK REFUTES Afrocentrist nonsense which claims that “Egypt was black” through reviewing the historical record of Egyptian art, images of mummies, and new dramatic DNA evidence. Ra was the sun god of ancient Egypt, and part of the religion of that culture was a belief that the pharaohs were descended…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IN THE FIRST CENTURY B.C. and the following century, Egypt, Palestine, and adjacent parts of the Near East swarmed with goetae, itinerant mountebanks who practiced thaumaturgy, performing tricks of magic to make the yokels gawk and part with their money. These fakirs were also…
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Essays

FEBRUARY is officially “Black History Month” in America, Britain, and Canada, and it is now commonplace during this month to recycle stories about past “great black civilizations” and “black inventions” — except, as demonstrated below, these claims are all mythical. (ILLUSTRATION: Bust of Queen…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom LET ME READ to you from an ancient Egyptian document. Perhaps the observations of Ipuwer, a government official during the decline of Egypt’s Old Kingdom, will prove instructive to us late 20th-Century Americans: “Forsooth, the land is full of foes. A man goeth…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims ABRAHAM ENTERED Egypt around 1800 BC and subsequently may have conveyed information of military value to the (Semitic) Hyksos, who invaded and conquered Egypt from 1750-1675 BC. The Hyksos victory over Egypt occurred for two reasons. First, Egypt was engaged in a civil war. Nomadic warlords…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FEBRUARY, by presidential decree, is Black History Month. That means, more than anything else, that schoolchildren all over America are being given special materials and special lesson assignments designed to raise their consciousness of the great artistic, political,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FEBRUARY HAS BEEN decreed “Black History Month,” and so a recent February issue of the Washington Post contained a feature article titled “Ancient African Heroines.” The two principal heroines treated were Hatshepsut, an Egyptian queen of the…
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