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Some tablets displayed the same outline.
A single word or short sentence appeared in the upper left hand corner, in the second line another short sentence. The body started on the third line, like modern correspondence. These sentences might furnish or reflect a name or source, the first word here a Greek form of the common name, Mary. Egyptians often shortened such names. Then she had it.
As she translated the reference to both a Mary and a Moses, she caught her breath. With her heart racing curiosity trumped caution. Her eyes darted almost against her will to the next words: She reread the words.
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Whoever wrote this introduced herself as the mother of Jesus, the mother of the man millions call Jesus Christ. Alice moved toward the open window, crossing her arms to still their trembling. She drank in air.
She could not be first to read such a discovery. She looked outr onto the hill of Sepphoris, feeling no joy, only fear, and she had never known real fear.
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She called out the window in a strained, high voice, sending for Henry. She waited, head on her arms on the sill. Alice pointed at the Tablets. Henry moved to the table, pulling her with him. Nevertheless, he had no trouble coming to the same conclusion. He removed his hat, nervously rubbed his cheek, then sank down in an old wooden chair, suddenly exhausted. My God, what have we found?
It might be a hoax. Henry picked up a pen, rolling it slowly with his fingertips. At this point, we still control what happens. Alice tried to use an equally deliberate tone, but her voice quavered.
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She rested a hand on his shoulder. Language experts work in teams for a reason. He held out his hand. Finally, he spoke in that quiet voice that never failed to give her confidence. These tablets are either meaningless or a stunning revelation. In either case we have to see it through. Alice squeezed his hand, and then smiled. She bent to kiss him and went back to work. That was the beginning of the translations of what later became known as The Jesus Tablets.
The Talmud teaches us: Immigrants from these parts of the world, as well as other centers of conflict, are storming the shores of Europe, with the hope of finding a safe place for them and their families. So many of them find nothing but death, in tragic circumstances, be that by drowning on the way or encountering a fate similar to those 50 refugees who perished in the back of an Austrian truck, after suffocating to death.
And where are those "couch advocates"?
You got that right: They were busy protesting a reggae artist, in a conflict that has become a "token conflict", when so much more is happening all around them. So much pain and suffering taking place in various corners of the globe, and yet they seem to be completely aloof to the cries for help of those who so desperately need it.
Is that blatant anti-Semitism? Maybe a bit of both, and some. Israel is a convenient go-to "devil". It is not an Iranian Ayatollah who will issue a Fatwa calling for your death just because you wrote the wrong book Salman Rushdie anyone?! Israel is not IS, who will find journalists and execute them just for who they are, not even what they write.