Wadi el Arish the Brook of Egypt Flowed Perennially Central Sinai to Med Coast During Ice Age Into Iron Age to Dry Up


From the central Sinai peninsula to the Mediterranean flowed a stream with three shallow lakes along the way where now is called the Wadi el-Arish, what is called in the Old Testament the Nahal Misraim (the brook of Egypt), the ancient border between Israel and Egypt. King Solomon never controlled past the Nahal Misraim, ruling out that the Nile river was the “brook” of Egypt,” which had turned to dust, flowing only during rainstorms, by the time of the inter testament period.