The “Miṣr” of Yūsuf AH

by amirabbas, Iran, Monday, December 02, 2013, 13:52 (2000 days ago) @ vazir

I am studying the books and having finished Book 3 - Israel And Sheba- and being in the middle of Book 1- Search for Pharaoh- i have to admit the these book are worth reading and pondering upon specially when there are some other scientist/archeologists claiming that the events of Old Testament haven't taken place in Palestine (Israel).

You said,

But what does the stele actually say? Here follows is a translation of part of the text: “….I was in mourning on my throne. Those of the palace were in grief; my heart was in great affliction. Because Hapy [the river god] had failed to come in time in a period of seven years. Grain was scant, Kernels were dried up, kernels were dried up, scarce was every kind of food…”

I want to further mention that if we suppose the said inscriptions are describing the famine in times of Yusof (Joseph) then there's no need for grief and suffering as Yusof, according to the Qur'an, managed to deliver the people and country/city through the harsh times of famine.

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