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« on: January 29, 2012, 06:29:19 pm »

Some Jewish authorities have said that the idea of Joseph being buried in Nablus arose from the Muslims.  But that's obviously not correct.  Muslims already accept Joseph's grave being at the tomb of the patriarchs which is in Hebron .... unless there's some Hadith which claims Joseph was buried in Nablus which the Muslims ignore and continue believing Joseph's tomb to be at Hebron.  Officially, according to Islamic tradition, the biblical Joseph is buried in Hebron, next to the cave of the patriarchs where a medieval structure known as Yussuf-Kalah, the "Castle of Joseph", is located.

Now here is the funny part of the story.  Some Jews claim Joseph's tomb is located in Nablus, West Bank.   But this is highly controversial within the Jewish community itself.  Conflicting views exist as to whether or not Joseph was buried there.  Yet, the tomb is recognized as Joseph's shrine, albeit a minor one. According to Jewish Hadith in the altered Torah, when Moses brought Joseph's remains to the promised land, Joseph was buried in the biblical town of Shechem which is situated close to the present-day town of Nablus.  But most archeologists say that the site is only a few centuries old so obviously it cannot be the tomb of Joseph.  Additionally it's also said that some medieval Muslim scholar or sheikh was buried in Nablus whose name was Yusuf (the Arabic version of the name Joseph) and that's apparently made some Jews think that the Prophet Joseph was buried in Nablus   Cheesy

~ sigh ~  !!!!

I don't know why people cannot give up meddling with the unknown.  
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