Biblical town where King David fled Saul discovered!

by Avi Abelow

The Biblical town of Ziklag was discovered. Although it was thought to be in a different area, archaeologists have uncovered details proving the location.

Biblical Town of Ziklag

The Biblical town of Ziklag was Philistine. While David was fleeing Saul, he took refuge in that city. Although there were other suggestions of where the city was located, these excavations at the site of Khirbet a-Ra‘i show evidence of Ziklag. Archaeologists discovered evidence that proved continuous settlement of both the Philistines and from the era of King David. The excavations began in 2015 at this location in the Judaean foothills, between Kiryat Gat and Lachish.

Undeniable Proof of Jews in Israel

This is just another example of the fact that the Jewish people have been in Israel for thousands of years. As the Muslims and much of the world try to rewrite our history, more evidence is disproving their lies. The archaeology all points in one direction: That the land of Israel belongs to the nation of Israel. People may try to destroy history, but they will not succeed. There is just too much archaeology that reveals the truth.

Whether it is the discovery of Zikglag, King David’s altar, or King Hezekiah’s personal seal, it is hard to ignore – Israel belongs to the Jewish people, and the Jewish people belong in Israel.

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