Chapter 9, Joseph’s Mummy in the Cairo Museum – Part 6

Mummy_mask_of_Yuya-photo-by-Jon Bodsworth-unrestricted-useThis is a part 6 of my review of Ahmed Osman’s book Lost City of Exodus. Chapters 6 through 8 are intentionally left out of this online edition of the review, but are likely to appear in the printed edition in the future.

In the ninth chapter, Osman reminds his readers that as a young man in Egypt, he had joined the Muslim Brotherhood, which had been founded by his school teacher in 1928. He says that the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood was to re-establish the Islamic caliphate, a goal now shared by the Muslim terrorist organisation known as ISIS.
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Chapter 5, Freud’s Dream – Part 5

Sigmund_Freud_LIFEThis is a continuation of my review of Ahmed Osman’s book Lost City of Exodus. The introductory is here. Chapter 4 was intentionally left without a review.

In the fifth chapter, Osman informs his readers that Sigmund Freud, a world-famous scholar and Austrian neurologist, also of Jewish background, agrees with the historical account of Manetho.
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