Arabs and their supporters have several pet projects.
One is making sure Israelis and Jews can't make firm scientific claims about our past.
So, when archeological digs are to be exacavted, all hell breaks loose.
The dig at what is called the Givati Parking Lot just outside the Old City walls, east of the Dung Gate, is viewed, as usual, as an attempt to undermine structures and sneak under the Temple Mount.
The discoveries there are amazing.
But the Ir David crew made another discovery, one in the album of photographs at the American Colony Hotel.
In 1927, it seems, the British, Crawford and Fitzgerald, were digging at the site, where there were no structures at the time.
Here's the proof:
You can there in the background the southern Ottoman wall and the El Aqsa mosque to the back right.