Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman plans to build a metropolis 17 times the size of London at the Jabal al Lawz peak. But many believe the spot is the Bible’s Mount Sinai where God appeared before Moses. The planned 10,230-square-miles Saudi city, named Neom, would run on 100 percent renewable energy and is due to be ready by 2025. While the historicity of the Bible remains a thorny issue, many are still trying to match biblical descriptions with real figures and place-names. The holy Mt. Sinai, for instance, has been identified in various locations, including several on the Sinai Peninsula, as well as in the Negev Desert and Jordan. Dr Charles Whittaker alleges that the biblical Mount Sinai, the sacred site where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God in the Book of Exodus, is actually located in Saudi Arabia, east of the Sinai Peninsula. He claims in a dissertation that Jabal al Lawz, a 2,580-metre peak in northwest Saudi Arabia, fits the description of the scriptural Mount Sinai “better than other” contenders. The exodus story documents each step of the journey from Egypt to Mount Sinai, via the 40 years of desert wanderings, to the promised land by Joshua. Some versions of these places have led to the result that the mountain is in Egypt’s Peninsula, but an Arabian location for Mount Sinai is absolutely credible after mapping out biblical locations. The ‘Doubting Thomas Research Foundation’ has made a documentary on real mount Sinai Or Mountain of Moses is in Saudia Arabia. Science also backs traditional beliefs that the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt was led by Moses, roughly the way that the Bible tells it, according to Prof Colin Humphreys of Cambridge University. Prof Humphreys, a churchgoing Baptist and materials scientist, outlines his ideas in his forthcoming book: The Miracles of Exodus: A Scientist’s Discovery of the Extraordinary Natural Causes of the Biblical Stories. While other scholars have proposed that Sinai was in Arabia, Prof Humphreys argues that the holy mount must have been an active volcano, since it shook and emitted fire and smoke (Exodus 19:18). And he has carefully examined records ancient and modern to fix the site. Besides, the researchers at the foundation have also proved that real mount Sina is located in the Saudi Kingdom. A documentary maps out and explains all the biblical locations are matching with sites in KSA. Dr. Charles Whittaker has claimed the biblical Mount Sinai, the holy site where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God in the Book of Exodus, is at the east of the Sinai Peninsula, Saudi Arabia. The professor actually has moved a pivotal site for Judaism into the country where Islam was founded. He has alleged in a thesis that Jabal al Lawz, a 2,580-meter mountain located in northwest Saudi Arabia, matches the account of the divine Mount Sinai “better than other” places. Dr. Charles Whittaker has used biblical stories as an important reliable record to discover the whereabouts of the mountain. He has mentioned “the presence of rock art, structures, and various topographical distinctive” in the region of Jabal al Lawz as testimony supporting his claim. “By looking at the likely routes to and from an Arabian location for Mt. Sinai, while acknowledging the most archaeologically sound locations of key stopping points and landmarks, one can construct feasible routes in line with Scripture to Jabal al Lawz, as the best candidate for the sacred mountain”, says the doctor. However, recently, a Cambridge professor has also confirmed, Mount Sinai, an active volcano as per the professors, is located in Saudi Arabia and not in the Sinai Peninsula Egypt. According to Prof Colin Humphreys of Cambridge University, Science also supports traditional beliefs that the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt was driven by Moses, about the way that the Bible says it. Prof Humphreys, a churchgoing Baptist, and matters investigator describe his thoughts in his pending book: The Miracles of Exodus: A Scientist’s Discovery of the Extraordinary Natural Causes of the Biblical Stories.