Ahhh you see I was not really far off when I said that you hold that the real Jews are Blacks.<quoted text>
Original Semites were BLACK African and came from the exact same place ARAB CULTURE AND LANGUAGE comes from (SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA).
You pretend that the term Jew holds no real value and yet you subsitute the word Semites instead and hold they are orginally Sub Saharan.
"I say the Middle East gets its DNA from the Lemba not the other way round."
And you for you to prove that would be like a wonderous magical feat because all evidence contradicts that.
First of all their genetic signature is unique when compared with neighboring Bantu peoples. It is not simply a matter of having the Cohen gene but also a high frequency of y-dna T which we know conclusively orginates in the Middle East. Then there is the question of Jewsih practices such as:
"They observe Shabbat.
They praise Nwali (God) for looking after the Lemba, and identify as part of the chosen people.
They teach their children to honour their mothers and fathers.
They refrain from eating pork and other foods forbidden by the Torah, and forbid certain combinations of permitted foods.
They practice ritual animal slaughter for meat for consumption, which is Middle Eastern in origin rather than African."
Many of these can be traced back at least to the beginings of the Torah druing the Babylonian exile. Or will you argue that the Lemba wrote the Torah too?
As for the orginal Semites being Sub Saharans. We have a number of depictions from ancient peoples such as the Egyptians whcih such Semitic/Canaanite peoples looking not unlike many look today.
Also when you quoted a source which mentions that Arabic languages are "theorized" to orginate in East Africa, they are really talking about the urheimat for proto-afro-asiatic which some place in East Africa and others in West Asia, but this does not refer to Arabic itseslf. By the way I tend to agree wioth curious me that Y-dna E likely arose outside of Africa in Arabia and may have spread Afro Asiatic into Eastern Africa through a back migration..
However with respect to Arabic itself, It is considered a Central Semitic language, most closely related to Aramaic, Hebrew, Ugaritic and Phoenician, and is bleieved to have developed in the North Western part of the Arabian penisinula not Yemen or East Africa.