Moses’ Biography in the Koran, a Window on a Page of the History of Ancient Egypt
Al-aqqād Junior , author
Al-aqqād Junior assumed the mantle of a professional archeologist, self-imposing the task of reassembling the disparate fragments of Moses' life's details from 346 verses of 22 chapters of the Koran that dates back to 632 CE. He arranged them contextually, logically and analytically, so that the resulting work takes readers and listeners through a compelling, historic, unembellished, virtually cinematic documentary reconstruction of what actually took place, leading up to, during and after the Israelites’ momentous Exodus from their captivity in the land of Egypt. It is respectful of its audience's minds, is void of contradictions, and is full of factual information. Moses’ Biography in the Koran: A Window on a Page of the History of Pharaonic Egypt is a book of history, novel and material for the lovers of scientific and logic analysis at a time. Still, it offers archeological hints on the possible place where Korah’s house could be found in Egypt, on the place where Pharaoh’s soldiers' weapons could possibly be found when they drown in the Nile River and on the existence of the monuments of what Pharaoh built and made destroyed and earthed within the Nile River’s estuary triangle (Delta). Further, this book corrects numerous misconceptions and answers unanswered questions—it is a researchable material.