Whereever have you got the information(?) that genetics says the Arabs are from a blood line from Abraham? On the contrary modern DNA shows that the Arabs are a mixed group - descendants from people drifting into the peninsula from the areas all around - the costal area around or before 7ooo BC and onwards, the interior from around 4ooo BC and onwards - and then the large import of slaves from among other places black Africa made the mixture even more mixed. This further means that if Abraham had been a forefather of the Arabs, he had been only on out of many tens of thousands already living in Arabia - and thus maximum one drop of the some 5 liters of blood in your veins. But according to the Bible Abraham never came nearer Arabia than the area of the Dead Sea, and according to science "it is highly unlikely Abraham ever visited Mecca". According to science Abraham also had no camels, as the camel was not introduced in Sinai or Canaan until around 600 BC - the very first time camels are mentioned in that area in history is in connection to a battle in the 6. century BC (according to science this is one of the proofs for that the Books of Moses were not written until centuries after Moses). Besides according to the Bible Ishmael settled not in Arabia/Mecca, but east of where the Suez canal runs today. And we here remind you that both science and Islam strongly have proved that the Bible is not falsified, by being unable to find even one proved falsification among more than 40ooo relevant old scriptures and fragments - some mistakes, but no falsifications.<quoted text>
Islamophobia will destroya, bubba.
The Bible you claim is the inerrant Word of God and therefore irrefutable says God's "chosen people" are "the SEED of Abraham", i.e. Abraham's genetic, blood line descendants, and that His Covenant with them is everlasting.
The science of genetics says the indigenous Palestinian Arabs are the "SEED of Abraham", i.e. the blood line descendants of the ancient Iraqi patriarch who emigrated to Palestine circa 1800 BC. Since the majority of Palestinian Arabs are Muslims, I'm guessing this is a very "inconvenient truth"
for xenophobic bigots who label themselves "Christians" to have to accept.
This much for your "inconvenient truths".
"Muhammadans, not Muslims"