Mount Sin Bishar
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Mount Sin Bishar is a mountain located in west-central Sinai, it was proposed to be the biblical Mount Sinai by Menashe Har-El, a biblical geographer at Tel Aviv University, in his book The Sinai Journeys: The Route of the Exodus.
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