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The Refuge and Exodus of Israelite to Ethiopia

The Refuge and Exodus of Israelite to Ethiopia

The Promised Land to Abraham was shown to Moses while he was on the top of mountain in Yemen after he received the Torah, and the Exodus was from Ethiopia to Yemen via Bab El-Mandeb in 1438 BC.

The Promised Land was Asir region, in Saudi Arabia. They never went to Egypt. The Israelite rejected the gift of God and forged the Scriptures. They invaded and colonized Canaan without any reason.

Joseph was sold four times, the first was in Yemen and he ended up to be raised in a rich Ethiopian house. Later he was imprisoned then became the assistant in a small Ethiopian kingdom. The Israelite fled a drought and lack of pastures in Yemen to Ethiopia and they were treated with generosity and given pastured.

They stayed in Ethiopia for more than 400 years and married Ethiopians. The Israelites became aggressive and caused troubles and another junior king ordered their evacuation and expulsion. They were not allowed to take with them Ethiopian gold, silver, and cattle. The Israelites refused and took them in their Exodus.

After few centuries in 605 BC Turkic Persians defeated the kingdoms of Judea and Samaria and in 585 BC took 300 from the ruling house of David captives to Noe Babylonia and after 60 years Turkic Persians sent hundreds of thousands of Turkic settlers claiming that they were the decedents of the ruling house of David. Those new settlers were called Jews.

The Turkic Persians replaced the Torah with the Talmud and controlled the Israelites with the Jews. The Israelite were forced to divorce and marry the Turkic Jews and made it among their new unholy laws. The Israelite were unfaithful and the Jews were criminal.

When Jesus came the Jews were furious and hostile fearing Jesus will free the Israelite and revels the corruption and foreign origin of the Jews. That is why the Jews crucified Jesus.

The only genuine true teachings of Moses and Jesus are only in Ethiopia together with Ark of Covenant.

Modern day Israel and Israel at the time of Jesus both are illegitimate creatures. The modern was made by Turkic Persian invaders and colonizers, and the older was made by unfaithful Israelite invaders and colonizers.

The Promised Land that the unfaithful Israelite rejected is in Saudi Arabia, between Mecca and Yemen. Ethiopia was only a refuge for them for more than 400 years. And Ethiopians were very generous to them.

I assure you that the Israelite didn’t step on Egyptian soil, and they couldn’t dare to do so. There is no remains, no writings, no mention in all records, and no possibility to accommodate cattle herders in a country like Egypt.
There was never a walled city with gates in Egypt. The geography and names are irrelevant to Egypt, but much related to Yemen and Ethiopia.
More than 400 years without a trace is just unbelievable.
This is another grand forgery and not just misinterpretation.

The late Professor Kamal Suleiman Salibi (Arabic: كمال سليمان الصليبي ‎‎) (2 May 1929 – 1 September 2011) was a Lebanese historian, professor of history at the American University of Beirut (AUB). He wrote these books:
A History of Arabia, Beirut, Caravan Books, 1980
The Bible Came from Arabia, London, Jonathan Cape, 1985
Secrets of the Bible People, London, Saqi Books, 1988
Who Was Jesus?: Conspiracy in Jerusalem, London, I.B. Tauris, 1988
The Historicity of Biblical Israel, London, NABU Publications, 1998
The Historicity of Biblical Israel (second edition), Beirut, Dar Nelson, 2009
“Abraham’s Pharaoh was not King of Egypt” Posted on January 3, 2016 by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat, https://ashraf62.wordpress.com/2016/01/03/pharaoh-of-abraham-was-not-king-of-egypt/
Ancient Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor any Israelites by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat, Kindle Edition, 153 pages, Published March 3rd 2015
Palestine is not the Jews’ Promised Land (2015 book) by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat, available on US Amazon for only ($4.99) and at a lower price on Kindle Unlimited.

Also, books in Arabic include:
Moses and Pharaoh in the Arabian Peninsula, 2007, 136 pages, by Ahmed Aldbash
Geography of the Torah Egypt and the Children of Israel in Asir / by Ziad Mona
The Arabic Bible and Jerusalem. by Faraj Allah Saleh Dib. Beirut. : Dar Nawfal ,. 1994. 264. Page,
Yemen and the prophets of the Torah, 1, 211 pages, Published October 11th 2012 (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16153320)

A great source about the Ethiopian history with Israelite are Professor Bernard Leeman.

The Queen Of Sheba & Biblical Scholarship – July 21, 2015, by Bernard Leeman, 276 pages, Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First Edition edition (July 21, 2015), ISBN-10: 1515169618, ISBN-13: 978-1515169611 (https://www.amazon.com/Queen-Sheba-Biblical-Scholarship/dp/1515169618) also (https://www.free-minds.org/sites/default/files/Sheba.pdf) 268 pages (Printed in Thailand)

The Queen of Sheba and Africa: A Reassessment of the Sheba-Menelik Cycle of the Kebra Nagast in the Light of the Salibi Hypothesis, Bernard Leeman
https://www.academia.edu/18732484/The_Queen_of_Sheba_and_Africa_A_Reassessment_of_the_Sheba-Menelik_Cycle_of_the_Kebra_Nagast_in_the_Light_of_the_Salibi_Hypothesis

NUBIAN MOSES, ETHIOPIAN EXODUS, ARABIAN SOLOMON
RECONSTRUCTING THE OLD TESTAMENT NARRATIVE
Bernard Leeman, Mekele, Tigray Province, Ethiopia, 2 August 2015
http://www.academia.edu/18852857/NUBIAN_MOSES_ETHIOPIAN_ERITREAN_EXODUS_ARABIAN_SOLOMON

THE ARK OF THE COVENANT (16 August 2016 update), Bernard Leeman
https://www.academia.edu/27776979/THE_ARK_OF_THE_COVENANT_16_August_2016_update_

Second Sabaean Inscription at Adi Kaweh ca 800 BC mentioning Hebrew, Bernard Leeman
https://www.academia.edu/19809195/Second_Sabaean_Inscription_at_Adi_Kaweh_ca_800_BC_mentioning_Hebrew

The Original Promised Land to Israelite

The Original Promised Land to Israelite

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Comments on: "Ethiopia, Yemen, and Sudan Must Discover Their Great History and Faith" (6)

  1. Of course, some of what you write will be considered heresy or apostasy by many faithful Christians. But, one does wonder at some of the things in the Old Testament.

    • I assure you that the Israelite didn’t step on Egyptian soil, and they couldn’t dare to do so. There is no remains, no writings, no mention in all records, and no possibility to accommodate cattle herders in a country like Egypt.
      There was never a walled city with gates in Egypt. The geography and names are irrelevant to Egypt, but much related to Yemen and Ethiopia.
      More than 400 years without a trace is just unbelievable.
      This is another grand forgery and not just misinterpretation.

  2. The late Professor Kamal Suleiman Salibi (Arabic: كمال سليمان الصليبي ‎‎) (2 May 1929 – 1 September 2011) was a Lebanese historian, professor of history at the American University of Beirut (AUB). He wrote these books:
    A History of Arabia, Beirut, Caravan Books, 1980
    The Bible Came from Arabia, London, Jonathan Cape, 1985
    Secrets of the Bible People, London, Saqi Books, 1988
    Who Was Jesus?: Conspiracy in Jerusalem, London, I.B. Tauris, 1988
    The Historicity of Biblical Israel, London, NABU Publications, 1998
    The Historicity of Biblical Israel (second edition), Beirut, Dar Nelson, 2009
    “Abraham’s Pharaoh was not King of Egypt” Posted on January 3, 2016 by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat, https://ashraf62.wordpress.com/2016/01/03/pharaoh-of-abraham-was-not-king-of-egypt/
    Ancient Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor any Israelites by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat, Kindle Edition, 153 pages, Published March 3rd 2015
    Palestine is not the Jews’ Promised Land (2015 book) by Dr. Ashraf Ezzat, available on US Amazon for only ($4.99) and at a lower price on Kindle Unlimited.

    Also, books in Arabic include:
    Moses and Pharaoh in the Arabian Peninsula, 2007, 136 pages, by Ahmed Aldbash
    Geography of the Torah Egypt and the Children of Israel in Asir / by Ziad Mona
    The Arabic Bible and Jerusalem. by Faraj Allah Saleh Dib. Beirut. : Dar Nawfal ,. 1994. 264. Page,
    Yemen and the prophets of the Torah, 1, 211 pages, Published October 11th 2012 (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16153320)

  3. The Bible Came from Arabia Hardcover – 1 Oct 1985, by Kamal S. Salibi
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bible-Came-Arabia-Kamal-Salibi/dp/0224028308

  4. A great source about the Ethiopian history with Israelite are Professor Bernard Leeman.

    The Queen Of Sheba & Biblical Scholarship – July 21, 2015, by Bernard Leeman, 276 pages, Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First Edition edition (July 21, 2015), ISBN-10: 1515169618, ISBN-13: 978-1515169611 (https://www.amazon.com/Queen-Sheba-Biblical-Scholarship/dp/1515169618) also (https://www.free-minds.org/sites/default/files/Sheba.pdf) 268 pages (Printed in Thailand)

    The Queen of Sheba and Africa: A Reassessment of the Sheba-Menelik Cycle of the Kebra Nagast in the Light of the Salibi Hypothesis, Bernard Leeman
    https://www.academia.edu/18732484/The_Queen_of_Sheba_and_Africa_A_Reassessment_of_the_Sheba-Menelik_Cycle_of_the_Kebra_Nagast_in_the_Light_of_the_Salibi_Hypothesis

    NUBIAN MOSES, ETHIOPIAN EXODUS, ARABIAN SOLOMON
    RECONSTRUCTING THE OLD TESTAMENT NARRATIVE
    Bernard Leeman, Mekele, Tigray Province, Ethiopia, 2 August 2015
    http://www.academia.edu/18852857/NUBIAN_MOSES_ETHIOPIAN_ERITREAN_EXODUS_ARABIAN_SOLOMON

    THE ARK OF THE COVENANT (16 August 2016 update), Bernard Leeman
    https://www.academia.edu/27776979/THE_ARK_OF_THE_COVENANT_16_August_2016_update_

    Second Sabaean Inscription at Adi Kaweh ca 800 BC mentioning Hebrew, Bernard Leeman
    https://www.academia.edu/19809195/Second_Sabaean_Inscription_at_Adi_Kaweh_ca_800_BC_mentioning_Hebrew

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