“There’s No Proof Of Prophet Moses Or Yusuf’s Existence In Egypt” – Zahi Hawass Is Sparking Controversy

Raghad Khaled

“There’s No Proof Of Prophet Moses Or Yusuf’s Existence In Egypt” – Zahi Hawass Is Sparking Controversy

Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass stirred up controversy on social media after making a bold statement, claiming that there’s no archaeological proof of the existence of prophet Moses and Yusuf in Egypt. 

His statements confirm the lack of scientific or archaeological evidence regarding the presence of prophets Moses, Ibrahim, and Yusuf in Egypt. Zahi’s statement led Dr. Saad al-Din Al-Hilali, professor of comparative jurisprudence at Al-Azhar University, to enter the debate.

Al-Hilali said during his interview with the “Al Hekaya” program on MBC Egypt presented by Amr Adib that “Zahi Hawass was quoted as in fragments, that may lead to sedation in religion due to the inaccuracy of the phrase, I watched Zahi’s claims, and he spoke in terms of antiquities, excavations, papyrus, and pharaoh. There is no mention of the name of a prophet or the entry of prophet Moses and Ibrahim into Egypt and it’s true to what he says, according to archaeological discoveries found so far.”

On his side, Zahi confirmed that “only 30% of Egypt’s artifacts have been discovered, and that 70% are still underground, so after the completion of excavations and archaeological discoveries, we can only be 100% sure about the prophet’s presence in egypt”

He also responded to Saad al-Din al-Hilali, explaining: “I am a Muslim and I believe in all Holy books the entry of Moses, Ibrahim, and Yusuf into Egypt and the exit took place in Egypt, but I am saying that in Egyptian monuments there is no mention of prophets.”

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