#794 Apr 23, 2011
The Hebrews were nomads, so they were not agricultural farmers so it is understandable that they stayed in hotter desert like climates of North Africa, Northern West Africa, Horn of Africa, and Southeast Africa where these places are semi-deserts or deserts. Such as the Lemba in southeast Africa, of whom their autosomal DNA is J1e which is the Cohanim gene.
The Cohanim have the Y-DNA J1e which is Aaron's DNA a Levite not of the tribe of Judah, and their Mt-DNA is E1b1b which very common in the Horn and North Africa. Semitic people are nomadic along with the Hamitic people, the Congoids of Western Africa and Central Africa are agricultural farmers, along with the Japhethetic races of Europe and Asia. The Fulani are a nomadic people related to the people of the Horn, most look like the people of Horn and look different than a Senegalese or Nigerian, c'mon you know that too.
What we do know is that the Moors raided both Spain, Sicily, Malta, and Northern West Africa. We also know that Jews lived in North Africa and in Spain: Sephardim as they are called. So that proves that the Semitic and Hamitic Berber nomadic raiders were take the main responsibilty for any Semitic DNA found amongst West Africans. Surprisingly on an average Fulanis also have the Y-DNA R1b at 30% which is a Western European DNA common in Spain.
#795 Apr 23, 2011
There were no mention of red indians or Samoans, so were they the dark continent too.The journey was more likely the other way round.Africans went out of central Africa only the development of writing change the course of history.
#796 Apr 23, 2011
not the euro-blacks that love their white daddy, they can stay!dont need them with us !them will b like the ones t ht left egypt with us !that coused this mess we in!
#797 Apr 23, 2011
Yes the Fulani do look different than some Nigerians but so do the Igbo. In fact the Igbo are one of the most diverse looking tribes of West africa.
Here is a interesting article I ran across in regards to the Igbo.
Please read Entirely with a unbiased view. Its is not what you would call Afrocentric it uses many verifiable sources.
Ashanti Priest Sporting Levite Apparell including a 12 tribe Ephod breastplate as described in
Exodus 28:21 "And the stones are according to the names of the sons of Yisra'ĕl, twelve according to their names, like the engravings of a signet, each one with its own name, for the twelve tribes.
28:4 -[In Context|Original Hebrew]
"These are the garments which they shall make: a breastpiece and an ephod and a robe and a tunic of checkered work, a turban and a sash, and they shall make holy garments for Aaron your brother and his sons, that he may minister as priest to Me.
Rabbis co signing the Hebrew Claim, Watch
#798 Apr 23, 2011
Ashanti Priest Ephod
#799 Apr 23, 2011
"Jewish" Knowone is claiming to be a Jew "issh". "Ish" is used when there is doubt, in this case its lineage. Funny thing is, the Torah is the book of the Isralites however there is no mention of a Jew anywhere in Torah?
#800 Apr 23, 2011
#802 Apr 23, 2011
It is also more than possible that the Ibo Benei-Yisrael, as well as other West African Jews, may be
descendents of a people described by the 9th Century Jewish traveler Eldad ben-Mahli (also known as
Eldad the Danite) who related the location of several of the "Lost Tribes of Israel." He further detailed
that his tribe, Dan, had migrated from their Palestinian home so as not to take part in the civil war at the
time of Yeroboam's secession, and were residing in the land of Havilah beyond the Rivers of Ethiopia.
Three other tribes, Naphtali, Gath and Asher, were with them; these had joined them in the times of
Sennacherib. They had an entire body of Scriptures barring Ester and Lamentations. They knew nothing
of the Mishna nor the Talmud; but they had a Talmud of their own in which all the laws were cited in the
name of Yehoshua ben-Nun (Joshua son of Nun) as he had received them at the hands of Mosheh
(Moses). Eldad exhibited a ritual dealing mostly with the rules pertaining to the killing of animals for
#803 Apr 23, 2011
Historically, Jews have migrated from region to region in Africa based upon three factors: 1)
Persecution, 2) Trade, and 3) Freedom to practice Torah. Jewish communities in locations such as Egypt,
Ethiopia, Tunisia, and Morocco served as the core population centers of the Jewish periphery in Africa.
During times of Islamic persecution, and also during times of relative calm, Jews traveled all over
Northern and Western Africa for the purpose of establishing trade connections. According to Biblical and
Talmudic sources this trade route, with West Africa, may have existed from as early as the reign of King
David and the use of the term Tarshish in the Tanakh, Hebrew Bible, could also describe the Ivory Coast
of West Africa.
#805 Apr 23, 2011
As with other Jewish communities in Moslem controlled lands, the Jews of West Africa also
suffered at the hands of various nobles in the Islamic ruling parties, which took power in the 1300 to
1400's. Such is the case of Al-Maghili whom tolled the death knell of Sahara and savanna Jewry when, in
1492 after destroying the Jewish enclaves in the Tuat, Mali he convinced potentates throughout the
Western Sudan and the founder of Songhai to banish Jews from the empire's cities. No doubt that some
sought refuge south and south east toward the forest. The records of such are some three hundred years
later than the destruction of the independent Jewish enclaves of Qamnurya or Naghira, in the area of
modern day Senegal, in the 11th and 12th century.
Due to these and other pressures the Ibo Benei-Yisrael along with other West African Jewish
communities lost whatever written documents such as Torah, and other written traditions that may have
existed. Yet, these communities, including the Ibo Benei-Yisrael, to this day were able to maintain at the
least a knowledge of their Israeli origin and in some cases continue to practice their traditions in secret.
Records of these communities however do exist within the Timbuktu, Mali Islamic library, which has
documents of the presence of several Jewish families in West Africa dating from before the Muslim
arrival in the 1300's CE.
#807 Apr 23, 2011
Even to this day Ibo Benei-Yisrael practices are still in line with the commands given in the
Torah. Even with the loss of the written record, the Ibo Benei-Yisrael people have maintained the
customs and traditions of ancient Israel in an oral form. A few of these customs still in practice are:
circumcision of sons on the eighth day of life, separation of women during the menstrual cycle, not cross
breading animals or plants, the prohibition of un-kosher animals for consumption, the celebration of Yom
Kippur and Sukkoth, immersion for uncleanness, and Passover just to name a few. Similar to the
Samaritans in Israel, and some Moroccan Jews certain Ibo Benei-Yisrael elders, believed to be descended
from ancient Levites due to their Levitical practices, are distinguished within the community by donning
red head coverings which only they can wear.
Though, for many Ibo Benei-Yisrael these practices have existed in their society for more than
1,000 years it was not until recently that some were able to make the more distinct connection to exactly
why they were to be performed. This of course was another result of the loss of the written Torah from
within the Ibo Benei-Yisrael community. According to G.T. Basden in his book,‘Among the Ibos of Nigeria",
p. 31 noted:
“The Ibo country lies within the recognized Negro belt, and the people bear the main
characteristics of that stock… There are certain customs which rather point to Levitic influence at
a more or less remote period. This is suggested in the underlying ideas concerning sacrifice and
#808 Apr 23, 2011
Recent archaeological discoveries in Igboukwu, a town about 30 kilometres from Onitsha by a
team of researchers led by Professor Thurstan Shaw (1970) of the University of Ibadan, seem to suggest a
lot more facts about the relationship between the Ibos and the Jews of old than was hitherto imagined.
Like the mentioned teams of archaeologists, a fact-finding team of Israelis from King Solomon Sephardic
Federation made yet another significant discovery on the origin of the Ibos in 1997. On this Alaezi (1998)
Picture #7: Ibo Kohein wearing traditional read head-covering wrapped in a linen fringed garment
According to various accounts there is a very significant concentration of the descendents of Eri,
the fifth son of Gad (see Genesis 46:16) live in Aguleri, Anambra State. Recently a very important
discovery of clear evidence of Jewish ancestral origin of the Maghrebi Ibos was made in the domain of the traditional ruler of Aguleri at the instance of an Israeli team on a fact-finding mission in December 1997.
What is believed to be one of the “memorial onyx stones" for the sons of Israel as HaShem commanded
Moses (see Exodus 39:7) was discovered and identified as such by the team leader from the King Solomon
Sephardic Federation. On the stone discovered in Aguleri engraved in a form of ancient Hebrew is the
name ‘Gad’ in reminding one of the writing in Exodus 39:14.“There were twelve stones, one for each of the
names of the sons of Israel, each engraved like a seal with the name of the twelve tribes.” There are also accounts
of DNA testing which found the Kohen DNA marker within members of both Ibo and Yoruba peoples
#809 Apr 23, 2011
Currently there are thriving Maghrebi Ibo communities in places like Tel Aviv-Israel, southeastern
Nigeria, the United States and other places in the world. With the current resurgence of Jewish
practice amongst Ibo men and women desiring to return to the international Israeli and Jewish
community, the Maghrebi Ibo society is still a growing one with Hebrew and Torah study once again
becoming more of the norm. There are currently more than 26 Ibo and non-Ibo Synagogues within
Nigeria performing normal Shabbat (Sabbath) services and that number is growing. Further research is
also being performed in and outside of Nigeria to give a more clear and concise account of the Jewish
origins of the Ibo Benei-Yisrael. It is the hope of this community of Jews that one-day they will be
officially recognized under the Jewish Law of Return in Israel and abroad.
#810 Apr 23, 2011
sanballat serranos! an that professor sandtom a.k.a sandman!answer the man!im one of those YISRAELITES that didnt learn babylons ways!hated school!i read the bible an knew off the flop who it was talking bout! dont have to b smart to know what the bible is talking bout!anyway respond to all that JUDAH just put on u!them ole devils!
#811 Apr 23, 2011
Anti-Messiah is coming and the non-Hebrew Jews are waiting too, lol. You're the Devil and of the Synagogue of Satan because you're a Black Devil claiming to be Hebrew or Jewish, just like the Zionists who are also of the Synagogue of Satan.
#812 Apr 23, 2011
This info is not for argumenative purposes. It is only to inform the un informed. Besides I already know their responds, they wont even bother to read what I posted. Im talking to my Brothers and Sisters strictly. Hebraic faith and Isralite intermarriage between Shem and Ham penetrated to North africa and eventually to Interior Africa thousands of years before Islam or Christianity and definately before any Eroupean knew what a Hebrew was.
#813 Apr 23, 2011
Wow, That was some hard hitting evidence you provided. You claim to be Northeast African, why do you talk like a racists eroupean? Are you not a "black man" Or are you wanna of those Ethiopians who thinks he is caucasian? In ancient times the Soudan stretched from East africa to West Africa. Ethiopia stretched to centreal Africa. Also the Atlantic Ocean on the West coast was called the Ethiopitc ocean. Why do u act as if West Africans are a seperate race of people. Peep this map:
#814 Apr 23, 2011
Black is a skin color not a determination of race. There are Black Africans, Asians, Arabs, Indians, etc. That doesn't have anything to do with race, for example Chinese people are White so are Europeans doesn't mean they are of the same race. If you had read the article on what identifies one as Caucasian it includes all the people from:
West Asia, Central Asia, South Asia, Europe, North Africa, and the Horn of Africa. But I personally don't call myself "Caucasian" I call myself a Cushite, not a Bantu, or Khoisan/Pygmoid those are three other African races.
How do I talk like racist Europeans lol, anybody can be racist don't just assume its a European thing.
#815 Apr 23, 2011
im with u, i could bring book knewlege out, got 27 year in reserch just take to long to type in besides that im going spite at them best way i can them fake jews hidding behind other names! ole devils
#816 Apr 23, 2011
You can't even spell and you're saying you have knowledge? Lol. You're of the Synagogue of Satan and are destined and prophesied to follow the Anti-Christ because you will take him as the Messiah since you rejected the real one.
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