Hi Garrig!<quoted text>
Y-dna R1b.... Mtdna H, U6 V
Take a look at the dna of the Kabyle Berbers.
"Y-Dna haplogroups, passed on exclusively through the paternal line, were found at the following frequencies in Kabylie : E1b1b1b (E-M81)(47.36%), R1*(xR1a)(15.78%)(later tested as R1b3/R-M269 (now R1b1b2)), J1 (15.78%), F*(xH, I,J2,K)( 10.52%) and E1b1b1c (E-M123)(10.52%). The North African pattern of Y-chromosomal variation (including both E1b1b and J haplogroups) is largely of Neolithic origin.
MtDNA Haplogroups, by contrast, inherited only from the mother, were found at the following frequencies : H (3.65%), U*(29.03% with 17.74% U6), preHV (3.23%), preV (4.84%), V (4.84%), T*(3.23%), J*(42%), L1 (3.23%), L3e (4.84%), X (3.23%), M1 (3.23%), N (1.61%) and R (3.23%). The mtDNA makeup of Kabyles is : 70.96% general Western Eurasian (H, J, U, T, K, X, V, N and I), 20.97% specific Eurasian-North African (U6, M1) and 8.07% sub-Saharan gene flow (L)."
^ Arredi B, Poloni ES, Paracchini S, Zerjal T, Fathallah DM, Makrelouf M, Pascali VL, Novelletto A, Tyler-Smith C.(2004). "A predominantly neolithic origin for Y-chromosomal DNA variation in North Africa."
There are numerous berber tribes. The kabyle are one of the most "eurasian" looking. Even they have almost 50% e1b1b which originated in east africa.Berbers originated in east africa not eurasia. Are you denying that e1b1b is the most common haplogroup in berber men? R1B originated in asia not western europe. It is also found in frequencies as high as 90% in cameroon. R1b is more common in cameroon then in berber men.
These studies from 2010 cover all your arguements....