Egyptian archeologist unearths ‘place where God first spoke to Moses’
St. Catherine’s monastery has a bush that is believed to be the very burning bush which Christians revere that God first spoke to Moses
An Egyptian archeologist has reportedly unearthed the alleged place where God spoke to Moses and told him to “take off your shoes for you are standing on holy land.”
Mount Sharia in the monastery of St. Catherine in Sinai in Egypt is the place in question which Dr. Abdul Rahim Rayhan told to AlArabiya.Net he believes is where the message – found in the holy books of Christianity and Islam – was said to the prophet.
“All studies have confirmed that this is indeed the site where God manifested himself to Moses,” said Rayhan, the general manager of research, archaeological studies and scientific publishing in the Sinai.
According to his studies, St. Catherine’s monastery has a bush that is believed to be the very burning bush which Christians revere that God first spoke to Moses.
*This article also appears on AlArabiya.net.