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A strange omission at the ‘Museum of the Jewish People’ in Tel Aviv

Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Credit: ANU Museum marketing department/Wikipedia/ Creative Commons 4.0

Israel Today reports on an interesting fact about the Museum of the Jewish People (ANU) found on the campus of Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The massive 72,000 square foot structure, which cost $100 million and took ten years to construct, is supposed to provide a history of the Jewish people. It reopened in 2021 after a major renovation.

However, the museum that is dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of Jewish people around the world does not include a single mention of arguably the most famous Jewish person of all time — Jesus Christ.

This omission was noticed by a Christian Arab woman, Ruby Azraq, who lives in Old Jerusalem and recently visited the museum.

It was a strange omission, because billions of people, including Jews and Gentiles, believe that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah.

And contrary to what many believe, likening Israel to an Olive Tree, the Apostle Paul teaches that God grafted the Gentiles into Israel (Romans 11:11-24).

The church, which is made up of Gentiles and the Messianic Jews who accept Jesus as the Promised Messiah, is part of Israel. This is why Paul referred to the Church as the Israel of God (Galatians 6:16).

READ BEHIND A PAYWALL: Why Jesus Got Left Out of the Museum of the Jewish People

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