Coronavirus pushed this man to do the right thing



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Coronavirus pushed this man to do the right thing



According to the Antiquities Authority of Israel, the outbreak of coronavirus has led the culprit to think that “the end of the world is near,” writes The Sun, transmits .

The Romans used objects just like the 2,000-year-old round rocket as rockets so they could fire from a projectile known as a “ballista”.



The thief is now 30 years old and is said to have received ballistic heavy stone from the City of David in Jerusalem National Park.

The Antiquities Authority of Israel said: “The Antiquities Authority of Israel heard about this anonymous person's repentance through a Facebook post by Moshe Manies.”

Ballistic stones in the City of David are likely to date from the Roman siege of Jerusalem thought to have occurred around 70AD.

Uzi Rotstein, Inspector of the Antiquities Cluster Prevention Unit at the Israeli Authority, said: “The ballistic stones that were discovered in the city of David are most likely related to the fierce battles between the besieged Jerusalem and the soldiers of the Rome Legion. , from about 70 AD, the year of Jerusalem's destruction. ”

Coronavirus pushed this man to do the right thing

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