Very good article and it points in the right direction.
The West was kicked out of Syria in 1978, shortly after the discovery of the ancient Canaanite city of Ebla. Some 15-to-25 thousand clay tablets were found there. The Linguist on duty there was a Dr Petinato [spell?] from Italy. His final estimate for interpreting these tablets by the 11 remaining people would take some 400 years. Since that time, nothing new has been released about Ebla or the tablets. The dig name is "Tel Mardihk" and is east-northeast of the Ugarit dig.
There are MANY locations yet "off-limits" in Iraq, Iran and several others. These locations are known, yet what about the untouched-millions-of-acres yet to be dug?
It is well known that Sadam hid in some of these locations because he knew they would not be distroyed just to get him. Still, what about those undiscovered anywhere bombs have fell?
This "tells" a part of the story. "They" want to distroy any posibility of losing "their power" to control people,,,so they push for war and let the Free World, hopefully, bomb the evidence.
To put it in shorter context; If we had what is buried in these places, the world would have a real way to peace. If too much of it is bombed, what then?
Just having access to what has been found would make a great difference.
Best regards, Deano
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