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geokrecnetment.tk Summaries of Eisenman's work and conclusions constitute a major portion of this volume. They accurately portray the open hostility displayed by some members of the original team toward the modern state of Israel, and they correctly note that no Jewish scholars were allowed to work on the Scrolls. They note how the team has refused access to the unpublished scrolls by qualified scholars over the years and how many scrolls have been turned over to favored students who published them as part of their doctoral dissertations.
There is certainly enough basis to charge the original International Team with gross irresponsibility in its handling of the Scrolls, but the discussion takes a rather ominous turn when it speaks about the use of the "Catholic propaganda machine" to vilify those who questioned the Team's positions p.
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