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Yes because the BEST BOOK in the world proves so.You can read Genesis see for yourself
Scholars disagree on the answer to this question. Some argue that there are many origin myths that feature a founding figure similar to Moses, and suggest that Moses as described in the Old Testament is more of an archetype than a real person. Others, in the absence of any real evidence to the contrary, are willing to agree with the proposition that Moses was in fact a person who played a role in unifying the Israelites, though most believe that the Exodus is essentially allegorical. In any case, Moses seems to have been a figure venerated among the Israelites as far back as 2000 years ago, and whether he was a real individual or not, the moral and legal code ascribed to him has become a seminal document in Western and Near Eastern tradition.
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