A Big Step Forward To Protect Mount Sinai

The Doubting Thomas Research Foundation just experienced an important breakthrough in our quest to protect the evidence of the Exodus at Mount Sinai.

After several months of behind-the-scenes work, DTRF secured a meeting with high-ranking U.S. government officials and I presented to them the evidence at Jabal Maqla in northwestern Saudi Arabia.

During the week of March 4th, we were able to travel to Washington D.C. and meet with these officials in-person to discuss the evidence. In the discussion, I showed them images and video from our trips to Saudi Arabia and shared details of the unbroken tradition from ancient Jewish, Islamic, and Christian sources, as well as modern historians and explorers who have further researched the theory.

The meeting was very productive and beneficial. We will need to have both the United States government and the Saudi Royal House fully informed of the evidence, and made aware of the fact that the Saudi NEOM megacity project may destroy the evidence at Mount Sinai.

This meeting was the first of many we will need to have with American and international officials. Thanks to your contributions, we were able to make this important trip.

But the work is not done yet. We still have a lot more research to conduct, and more officials to contact as we work to protect the evidence at Mount Sinai. We’ve been updating our website’s pages to include as much information as possible to show that Jabal Maqla in Saudi Arabia is the most qualified candidate for Biblical Mount Sinai, but this is a process that takes time and money.

Would you consider making a donation to support our work? As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we rely entirely upon your generosity to fund our research. There is still a great deal left to be done, and we appreciate your support!

The Split Rock of Horeb, overlooking the plain where the Battle of Rephidim may have taken place.

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