Well, well, well. A few times in the past I have reported here about the crazy crackpot ideas that have come out of the Islamic world, especially Egypt. See my messages from June 13, 2007 and April 30, 2012 for a few examples. Now the article I just linked to shows us that the Moslem Brotherhood may no longer be in power, but Egypt is still producing more than its share of anti-Semites and conspiracy theories. This one comes from the same guy who tried to sue Israel for inflicting the Ten Plagues on Egypt, without saying a word about the enslavement of Israelites that started the whole affair.
With the latest claim I would point out, for a start, that the theory suggesting that Pharaoh Sheshonq I = Shishak is not a recent Israeli invention. Some European reading hieroglyphics at the temple of Karnak, nearly two hundred years ago, came up with that idea. Perhaps Mr. Gamal would prefer David Rohl’s theory, that Shishak is none other than Ramses the Great? And as for the treasures found in the tombs of the pharaohs at Tanis, I can make a case that they were stolen from earlier pharaohs like Amenhotep III, not from the Israelites.