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Raphael Joel 
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Re: “Unraveling the continuing mystique of the Dead Sea Scrolls

P.S. I believe the editors have made a wise choice to delete the reference to a known alias of Charles Gadda. As for poor Carlo, you got found out again, and you are running out of cyber spaces to carry out your dirty work.

Posted by Raphael Joel on 08/13/2008 at 9:25 PM

Re: “Unraveling the continuing mystique of the Dead Sea Scrolls

There is that pesky word "mendacious" again. Where have I seen that word before?? As for your recommendation to check out the Wikipedia pages, I discovered that an alias named "Critical Reader" was making the same arguments that appear in the above comments on the talk pages of the Qumran and Dead Sea Scrolls articles. I also discovered that "Critical Reader" was banished from Wikipedia for "sockpuppetry". Apparently, Wikipedia admins discovered that "Critical Reader" and several other aliases were posting from the same IP address. Pretending to be many people when you are really one is illegal on Wikipedia, and poor Charles Gadda, er... Critical Reader was banned from Wilkipedia. So apparently, this entire pro-Golb campaign is the work of two people, one living in New York, and one living in Germany, who scour the web to find news about the Dead Sea Scrolls, and defame anyone who disagrees with Norman Golb. So the question is: who would be two people living in New York City and Germany that would be dedicated to defending Norman Golb?? Sincerely, Raphael Joel

Posted by Raphael Joel on 08/13/2008 at 9:18 PM

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