An Even Bigger Irony

I predicted Kafr Nabl would be captured by the regime by April of next year. Turned out it was captured by al-Qaeda first. I’m guessing they don’t have to worry about the regime, then. But this is small comfort. I wouldn’t wish al-Qaeda on anyone.

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Author: pithom

An atheist with an interest in the history of the ancient Near East. Author of the Against Jebel al-Lawz Wordpress blog.

2 thoughts on “An Even Bigger Irony”

    1. Not really. Biblical archaeology can exist, just like Homeric archaeology can exist, but the main problem with it is that it focuses too much on relating the archaeology to the text and neglects the archaeological findings that don’t relate to the text. Today, it is impossible to understand Biblical archaeology without understanding at least some extra-Biblical archaeology.

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