Star of David found engraved into an ancient Temple arouses bustle in Egypt
From the Jerusalem Post:
Egypt has recently been witnessing a great commotion following the archeological discovery of two Star of David engravings in an ancient Temple in the southern city of Aswan.
The Roman Temple, which dates back to the 3rd century B.C, is located in the Elephantine Island in Aswan.
Dr. Mahmoud Afifi (Editor's Note: What a gay-assed name), the head of the Egyptian Antiquities branch in the Antiquities Ministry, said that he noticed a stone with two Star of David engravings in the Roman temple.
Afifi accused the delegation of German archaeologists that has been working on the site's reconstruction of engraving the Stars of David into the Shrine's stone.
Afifi ordered the archaeologists to immediately remove the stone with the Star of David's engraving from the temple, threatening to take all legal measures against them if they would ever repeat such a move.