The Bible says "For this Agar is Mt. Sinai, in Arabia"
Or present day Saudi Arabia.
Actually, IndyJohan, I don't mean to interrupt, but Ron Wyatt was the one that 'discovered' that site, and Cornuke came four years later, with Ron's map, and said he found it.
He's telling people the right place (Jebal al Lawz), but he went over there after Ron had discovered it, and the Saudi's had put a chain link fence around it.
Also, when Cornuke and Williams first started telling people about it, they said that the split rock (At Horeb) was 6' tall.
It's 60' tall. Wyatt Archaeology has video of someone walking through the crack. So, does that mean that Cornuke really never went there? I'm not sure, but they sure didn't know what they were talking about, on at least that instance. What else might they be stretching?
Anyway, just thought you might like to know this.