Sinai Peninsula Named in Modern Times for Supposed Location of Mt Sinai Called Musa It’s Really Where the Sinites Lived


Apparently many professing Christians for many centuries thought Moses led the Israelites through the Red Sea (twas actually through the Reed Sea where today are the Bitter lakes north of the Gulf of Suez) during the Exodus, having named what today is called Mount Musa also Mount Sinai, at the southern tip of the Sinai peninsula, about two hundred miles south though of the real Mount Sinai in the Jebel al Laws mountain range of far northwestern Saudi Arabia, to the west of which is the wilderness of Zin, and north of there the Nahal Zin, named for the Sinites who were progeny of Ham’s son Canaan.