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كيف دمر النوبييون حضارتهم و دمروا السودان


كيف دمر النوبييون حضارتهم و دمروا السودان

كيف دمر النوبييون حضارتهم و دمروا السودان

How Nubians Destroyed Their Civilization and Destroyed the Sudan

عندما فقدت المجتمعات النوبية قدراتها و مواهبها للإبداع و للأنتاج إنهارت الحضارة العريقة نتيجة لنشاطات خوارج من أبناءها الذين إتجهوا إلي نخر عظام شعبهم فتأكلت و هوت الحضارة. سقوط الممالك النوبية بفعل أبنائها نتج عنه تدهور متواصل لجميع مكونات السودان المعاصر
أي ان السبب الأساسي للأوضاع الحالية في السودان هي أفعال الخوارج من المجتمعات النوبية و الذي ترتب عليها تفاعلات ادت في النهاية لتهميش ذات المجتمعات النوبية الاصيلة و أنهيارها. و لحق بالنوبيين تهميش التجمعات التي أقامها الخوارج من النوبيين و التي إمتزجوا فيها بالرقيق و بالفولاني و التي أطلقت علي نفسها مسميات القبيلة. أي أن المجتمعات النوبية هي الفاعل في البداية و الضحية فيما بعد

عمليات النخر و الهدم كانت في شكل صناعة الرق أولا من داخل المجتمعات النوبية و توسعت إلي مهاجمة القوميات المجاورة. نشأة الرق في السودان و في المجتمعات النوبية قام علي أيد خوارج من أبنائها و توسعت بالمنفعة التجارية و العسكرية المتبادلة بينها و بين مجموعات الفولاني الرحل الوافدة من شمال و غرب إفريقيا. بذلك تحول الإقتصاد و السياسة و الثقافة النوبية لتعتمد علي موارد صناعات الرق و مؤسساتها كبديل للأنتاج و الإبداع المندثر. كما ظهرت ممارسات جديدة بسبب الرق كختان الفتيات لضمان عذريتهم و بيعهم بأسعار أعلي. كما انتشرت ممارسة الشلوخ لتمييز الأفراد و الرقيق و حمايتهم من الأختطاف. كما تفشت مؤسسات الدعارة و الشذوذ الجنسي

نتج عن صناعة الرق تجمعات واسعة جديدة خارج القري و المدن النوبية تنتقص من أطرافها كما تحولت قري و مدن قائمة إلي الرق. بذلك أصبحت مستوطنات الرق مدن و قري مستقلة أطلقت علي نفسها مسميات جيدة و أعتبرت نفسها قبائل مستحدثة. و اصطنعت تلك القبائل لنفسها تاريخا شفهيا و أنساب عربية و إدعت الإسلام لتعطي لأنفسهم الشرف و المشروعية و التاريخ الذي يبرر ظهورهم و ممارساتهم

أتفاقية البقط لعام 652 ميلادي اتي وقعت بين الحكام النوبييون المسيحيون و المستعمرين العرب المسلمون لمصر أقر فيها النوبييون بإعطاء العرب عدد 360 رقيق سنويا و هذا مخالف لتعاليم الإسلام و المسيحية. تلي ذلك التاريخ تصاعد و تحول و توسع مستمر لصناعة و تجارة الرق النوبية

علي هذا النحو نجد أن جميع القبائل السودانية التي تدعي أصول عربية هي في الواقع تأسست علي أيد خوارج النوبيين و تشكلت من الخوارج النوبية مختلطة و متصاهرة بالرقيق من مختلف أقاليم السودان بالأضافة لأعداد قليلة من الفولاني. هذا التصور يدعمه حقيقة عدم حدوث أي هجرات عربية كثيفة للسودان لوجود عوائق طبيعية و ثقافية عديدة تحول دون حدوث تحولات في النسيج العرقي السوداني بشكل يذكر أو محسوس. و لو أن النزوح و الهجرة يمكن أن يغير في التركيبة العرقية لأصبح شعب السودان أقرب لمصر و لإثيوبيا و تشاد و يوغندا أو كينيا و الكونغو

أنتقلت السلطة و الثروة من النوبيين إلي أيد خوارج النوبيين و منهم أنتقلت إلي القبائل المستحدثة المدعية العروبة ثم تلي ذلك أنتقال السلطة و الثروة إلي يد مجموعات الفولاني التي كانت الوسيط التجاري في صناعة الرق النوبية. و ما ظهور سلطنة الفونج الزرقاء و العبدلاب و خراب سوبا و سقوط الدويلات السودانية و قيام المهدية إلا نتائج التفاعل المتسلسل لممارسات الرق التي قام بها النوبيين. فأصبح النوبييون ضحية لوحش مفترس هم الذين خلقوه بأيدي حكامهم و بأيديهم. رغم أن النوبيين يفضلوا و أعتادوا علي إنتقاد الغير و الحكومات الفاشلة و الفاسدة دون ان ينظروا لأنفسهم و يحاسبوا مجتمعاتهم و تاريخهم الذي كان عظيما لكنهم هم الذين دمروه بأنفسهم و نتج عنه تدمير السودان بأكمله

 

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Check If You Are Really Sudanese?


The Sudan map

The Sudan map

Check If You Are Really Sudanese?

Any citizen in the Sudan must truly feel and shows respect, compassion and love to residents, refugees and nationals from all the neighboring countries of the Sudan.

If any Sudanese national does not feel and show deep respect, compassion and love to residents, refugees and nationals from: Eritrea; Ethiopia; South Sudan; Central African Republic; Chad; Libya; and Egypt he or she cannot be truly Sudanese.

Only fake Sudanese nationals who were illegal immigrants from far countries then acquired Sudanese nationality illegally cannot feel and show true respect, compassion and love to residents, refugees and nationals from all the neighboring countries of the Sudan.

Check If You Are Really Sudanese or leave the Sudan for the true Sudanese people?

تحقق مما إذا كنت سوداني الجنسية حقا؟

أي مواطن في السودان يجب أن يشعر و يظهر الاحترام والتعاطف و المحبة للمقيمين و المواطنين و اللاجئين من جميع الدول المجاورة للسودان

إذا لم يشعر أي مواطن سوداني و يظهر بصدق الاحترام والتعاطف و المحبة للمقيمين و المواطنين و اللاجئين من : إريتريا؛ إثيوبيا ؛ جنوب السودان؛ جمهورية افريقيا الوسطى؛ تشاد؛ ليبيا ؛ و مصر فهو أو هي لا يمكن ان يكونوا سوداني الجنسية حقا

المواطنين السودانيين من أصول أجنبية من مهاجرين غير شرعيين من دول بعيدة ثم اكتسبوا الجنسية السودانية بطريقة غير مشروعة و فاسدة هم فقط الذين لا يمكن أن يشعروا ويظهروا الاحترام والتعاطف و المحبة للمقيمين و المواطنين و اللاجئين من جميع الدول المجاورة للسودان

تحقق مما إذا كنت سوداني الجنسية حقا أو اترك السودان للسودانيين الحقيقيين

 

 

IMF Orders African Governments to Remove Fuel Subsidies


NewsRescue published on January, 1, 2012:

Christine Lagarde visited Nigeria to meet President, Goodluck Johnathan in December 2011

Joining Guinea, Cameroon, Ghana and Chad, Nigeria on New Years day removed fuel subsidies in accordance with an order from the IMF (International Monetary Fund). This created a jump in the price of automobile fuel from about 65 Naira per liter to 140Naira per liter overnight, Sunday. This brings fuel/gas prices in Nigeria to about the same price it is in the US, though lower than many European nations.

Nigerians used to pay about $1.51 / gallon, the European average is about $5-6.00/gallon, while the US average is $3-3.70/gallon. While other oil producing nations, like Venezuela, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia are about $0.12, $0.78 and $0.91 respectively. This hike in fuel prices was compelled on African Nations by the IMF due to supposedly rising global oil prices and the Europe recession.

Trying to invoke an “African Spring”?

Christine Lagarde ordered the governments of Nigeria, Guinea, Cameroon, Ghana and Chad to relinquish fuel subsidies

The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde visited Nigeria to meet with the President, Goodluck Johnathan in December 2011 to drive home this directive. This move invites frustration on African nations which comparatively escaped the “Greed” Wall street recession that has been marauding and collapsing European and Middle Eastern economies, with resulting hardship, riots and Government change, including the popular “occupy” riots still plaguing the United States and other European nations, the August 2011 “Robin-hood” riots of the UK,  the collapse of Greece economy, that likewise affected the Middle East with the “Arab Spring” revolutions. This IMF induced chaos in Africa is like the IMF induced riots in 1997 in Indonesia during the Asian financial crisis.

Related: NewsRescueHow The IMF-World Bank and Structural Adjustment Program(SAP) Destroyed Africa

The meeting with Goodluck Johnathan was not just coincidental. Analysts believe it was predetermined. The IMF has been canvassing for the removal of subsidy among African countries. View Meeting images provided by IMF

This pronouncement has seen governments in Nigeria, Guinea, Cameroon, Chad and Ghana moving to cut state subsidies on fuel.

Yesterday, Ghana cut subsidy and it was learned that the development was due to pressure from the IMF to do so because of rise in the price of crude.

CBN governor Sanusi, Minister of Finance, Ngozi Iweala and IMF boss, Christine Lagarde

The Chief Executive Officer of Ghana’s National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Alex Mould said the cumulative effect of the rise in crude oil prices this year and the about 5.7 percent depreciation of the cedi meant a 25 percent increase in cedi terms in the cost of procuring crude oil and petroleum products since January. For instance, the IMF has urged countries across West and Central Africa to cut fuel subsidies, which they say are not effective in directly aiding the poor, but do promote corruption and smuggling.

Related: NewsRescue- 01/06/2012- Nigeria Targeted For Destruction: Gordon Duff, US

 

The price change will see the cost of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) increase by 30 percent while petrol and diesel will go up 15 percent at pumps in Ghana. Mould said Ghana has spent about 450 million cedis on fuel subsidies in 2011.

Ghana’s Minister for Finance Kwabena Duffour said the removal of subsidies would have a positive impact on Ghana’s economy. Duffour said: “Subsidising fuel is not sustainable. It is the right thing to do so we can sustain our fiscal consolidation.”

This is the same music that the protagonists of subsidy removal in Nigeria, like the Coordinating Minister of Economy and Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala; the Minister of Petroleum, Diezani Alison-Madueke and the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Sanusi Lamido Sanusi are singing.

While Sanusi insisted that the economy would breakdown if the subsidy is not removed, Ngozi said Nigerians would be better off without subsidy. Ghana’s subsidy removal yesterday confirmed people’s speculations that Western powers are behind the move to stop subsidy. Development in Ghana has also gone to confirm that the Nigerian government would boycott the public outcry on subsidy removal and go ahead to remove.

There is no provision for subsidy in the 2012 budget proposal submitted by President Goodluck Jonathan. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has said that from next year they would not pay for subsidy because there is no provision for it in the budget.

Who are the bosses in Africa

The development also negates the IMF’s saying that it does not tailor policies for any country to follow, but only provide technical supports. But during the visit of Lagarde to Nigeria, she said, “I came here primarily to listen to our African members, and to find out how we can better tailor support to countries in this region in the current difficult global environment.”

Nigeria is indeed in serious economic problem. For instance, the value of the currency has been devaluing against major foreign currencies. The official value of naira against dollar is currently 156 to a dollar and at the Bureau De Change, it goes for 165 against the dollar.

The governor of central bank, Sanusi sometime this year faulted the IMF for suggesting that the value of the naira be devalued to protect further depreciation of the foreign reserves. However, the governor bowed to pressure and got the naira devalued. It is the same pressure from the Western powers that is pushing the government to remove fuel subsidy.

In Nigeria, removal of subsidy would necessarily lead to hike in fuel pump and such hike would trigger increment in the price of other commodities and services. It is already been speculated that by next year, when subsidy might have been removed, Nigerians would have to pay as high as N140 per litre of petrol. The price is currently N65 per litre.

What this means is that Nigerians should gird up for tough times next year. This is because any increase in the price of fuel would push the cost of production in the manufacturing industry up.

Also, cost of transportation would go up and even operators of Small, Medium Scale Enterprises would not be able to continue in business because most of them relied on generators to power their machines and generators are powered by fuel. Some civil society organizations and organized labour are urging Nigerians to come out and protest subsidy removal. The question is, can Nigerians occupy the “Three Arm Zone” as Americans “Occupied” the “Street.”

Subsidy removal is turning out to be another Bretton Woods Institutions’ anti-peoples’ policy. It is a neo-liberal agenda developed by those in authority. It is not a popular idea but that of the ruling power. It is becoming a dominant idea because in every political setting, the dominant idea is the idea of the ruling power.

Now that the government is bent on removing subsidy from fuel against people’s outcry, the question to ask is if this is the “Fresh Air” that President Goodluck promised Nigerians during his campaigning? – source

Under IMF Hegemony

Also, Nile Bowie wrote at Global Research on January 6, 2012:
[Lagos Dissents Under IMF Hegemony; Nigeria: The Next Front for AFRICOM
The IMF and US African Command (AFRICOM) Join Hands in the Plunder of the African Continent

On a recent trip to West Africa, the newly appointed managing director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde ordered the governments of Nigeria, Guinea, Cameroon, Ghana and Chad to relinquish vital fuel subsidies. Much to the dismay of the population of these nations, the prices of fuel and transport have near tripled over night without notice, causing widespread violence on the streets of the Nigerian capital of Abuja and its economic center, Lagos. Much like the IMF induced riots in Indonesia during the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, public discontent in Nigeria is channelled towards an incompetent and self-serving domestic elite, compliant to the interests of fraudulent foreign institutions.

Although Nigeria holds the most proven oil reserves in Africa behind Libya, it’s people are now expected to pay a fee closer to what the average American pays for the cost of fuel, an exorbitant sum in contrast to its regional neighbours. Alternatively, other oil-producing nations such as Venezuela, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia offer their populations fuel for as little as $0.12 USD per gallon.

While Lagos has one of Africa’s highest concentration of billionaires, the vast majority of the population struggle daily on less than $2.00 USD. Amid a staggering 47% youth unemployment rate and thousands of annual deaths related to preventable diseases, the IMF has pulled the rug out from under a nation where safe drinking water is a luxury to around 80% of it’s populace.

Although Nigeria produces 2.4 million barrels of crude oil a day intended for export use, the country struggles with generating sufficient electrical power and maintaining its infrastructure. Ironically enough, less than 6% of bank depositors own 88% of all bank deposits in Nigeria. Goldman Sachs employees line its domestic government, in addition to the former Vice President of the World Bank, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, who is widely considered by many to be the de facto Prime Minister.

Even after decades of producing lucrative oil exports, Nigeria has failed to maintain it’s own refineries, forcing it to illogically purchase oil imports from other nations. Society at large has not benefited from Nigeria’s natural riches, so it comes as no surprise that a severe level of distrust is held towards the government, who claims the fuel subsidy needs to be lifted in order to divert funds towards improving the quality of life within the country.

Like so many other nations, Nigerian people have suffered from a systematically reduced living standard after being subjected to the IMF’s Structural Adjustment Policies (SAP). Before a loan can be taken from the World Bank or IMF, a country must first follow strict economic policies, which include currency devaluation, lifting of trade tariffs, the removal of subsidies and detrimental budget cuts to critical public sector health and education services.

SAPs encourage borrower countries to focus on the production and export of domestic commodities and resources to increase foreign exchange, which can often be subject to dramatic fluctuations in value. Without the protection of price controls and an authentic currency rate, extreme inflation and poverty subsist to the point of civil unrest, as seen in a wide array of countries around the world (usually in former colonial protectorates). The people of Nigeria have been one of the world’s most vocal against IMF-induced austerity measures, student protests have been met with heavy-handed repression since 1986 and several times since then, resulting in hundreds of civilian deaths. As a testament to the success of the loan, the average laborer in Nigeria earned 35% more in the 1970’s than he would have in 2012.

Working through the direct representation of Western Financial Institutions and the IMF in Nigeria’s Government, a new IMF conditionality calls for the creation of a Sovereign Wealth Fund. Olusegun Aganga, the former Nigerian Minister of Finance commented on how the SWF was hastily pushed through and enacted prior to the countries national elections. If huge savings are amassed from oil exports and austerity measures, one cannot realistically expect that these funds will be invested towards infrastructure development based on the current track record of the Nigerian Government.Further more, it is increasingly more likely that any proceeds from a SWF would be beneficial to Western institutions and markets, which initially demanded its creation.

Nigerian philanthropist Bukar Usman prophetically writes “I have genuine fears that the SWF would serve us no better than other foreign-recommended “remedies” which we had implemented to our own detriment in the past or are being pushed to implement today.”

The abrupt simultaneous removal of fuel subsidies in several West African nations is a clear indication of who is really in charge of things in post-colonial Africa. The timing of its cushion-less implementation could not be any worse, Nigeria’s president Goodluck Jonathan recently declared a state of emergency after forty people were killed in a church bombing on Christmas day, an act allegedly committed by the Islamist separatist group, Boko Haram. The group advocates dividing the predominately Muslim northern states from the Christian southern states, a similar predicament to the recent division of Sudan.

Strategic Forecasting Inc. Regional Map of Africa

As the United States African Command (AFRICOM) begins to gain a foothold into the continent with its troops officially present in Eritrea and Uganda in an effort to maintain security and remove other theocratic religious groups such as the Lord’s Resistance Army, the sectarian violence in Nigeria provides a convenient pretext for military intervention in the continuing resource war. For further insight into this theory, it is interesting to note that United States Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania conducted a series of African war game scenarios in preparation for the Pentagon’s expansion of AFRICOM under the Obama Administration.

In the presence of US State Department Officials, employees from The Rand Corporation and Israeli military personnel, a military exercise was undertaken which tested how AFRICOM would respond to a disintegrating Nigeria on the verge of collapse amidst civil war. The scenario envisioned rebel factions vying for control of the Niger Delta oil fields (the source of one of America’s top oil imports), which would potentially be secured by some 20,000 U.S. troops if a US-friendly coup failed to take place At a press conference at the House Armed Services Committee on March 13, 2008, AFRICOM Commander, General William Ward then went on to brazenly state the priority issue of America’s growing dependence on African oil would be furthered by AFRICOM operating under the principle theatre-goal of “combating terrorism”.

At an AFRICOM Conference held at Fort McNair on February 18, 2008, Vice Admiral Robert T. Moeller openly declared the guiding principle of AFRICOM was to protect “the free flow of natural resources from Africa to the global market”, before citing China’s increasing presence in the region as challenging to American interests. After the unwarranted snatch-and-grab regime change conducted in Libya, nurturing economic destabilization, civil unrest and sectarian conflict in Nigeria is an ultimately tangible effort to secure Africa’s second largest oil reserves. During the pillage of Libya, its SFW accounts worth over 1.2 billion USD were frozen and essentially absorbed by Franco-Anglo-American powers; it would realistic to assume that much the same would occur if Nigeria failed to comply with Western interests. While agents of foreign capital have already infiltrated its government, there is little doubt that Nigeria will become a new front in the War on Terror.]

Who Are the Fulani People & Their Origins?


Fula or Fulani or Fulbe (the latter being an Anglicization of the word in their language, Fulɓɓe) are an ethnic group of people spread over many countries, predominantly in West Africa, but found also in Central Africa and The Sudan of east Africa. The countries in Africa where they are present include Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea, The Gambia, Mali, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Niger, Togo, the Central African Republic, Ghana, Liberia, and as far as Sudan in the east. Fulas are not a majority in every country they live, but in Guinea they represent a plurality of the population (largest single group).

There are also many names (and spellings of the names) used in other languages to refer to the Fulɓe. Fulani in English is borrowed from the Hausa term. Fula, from Manding languages is also used in English, and sometimes spelled Fulah or Foulah. Fula and Fulani are commonly used in English, including within Africa. The French borrowed the Wolof term Pël, which is variously spelled: Peul, Peulh, and even Peuhl. More recently the Fulfulde / Pulaar term Fulɓe, which is a plural noun (singular, Pullo) has been adapted to English as Fulbe, which some people use. In Portuguese it’s Fula or Futafula.

Related Groups

A closely related group is the Tukolor (Toucouleur) in the central Senegal River valley. These people are often referred to together with Fulɓe of the region as Haalpulaar’en (Pulaar-speakers). Fula society in some parts of West Africa features the “caste” divisions typical of the region. In Mali, for instance, those who are not ethnically Fula have been referred to as yimɓe pulaaku (people of the Fula culture). The Woɗaaɓe, also known as the Bororo, are a subgroup of the Fula people.

Traditional Livelihood

Hausa: source zetaboards dot com anthroscape

The Fulani are traditionally a nomadic, pastoralist, trading people, herding cattle, goats and sheep across the vast dry hinterlands of their domain, keeping somewhat separate from the local agricultural populations.

Origins and Spread

The early origin of Fulani People is most fascinating and deepened in mystery with widely divergent opinions. Many scholars believe that they are of Judaeo-Syrian origin. However, it is generally recognized that Fulani descended from nomads from both North Africa and from sub-Sahara Africa. They came from the Middle-East and North Africa and settled into Central and West Africa from the Senegal region they created the Tekruur Empire which was contemporary to the Ghana Empire. Then, they spread in all the countries in West-Africa, continuing to lead their nomadic life style. They created here and there mixed states where they sometimes were the dominant group. But more often, they were absorbed by the indigenous population whom they had dominated.

While some have speculated over the origin of Fulani people, current linguistic and genetic evidence suggests an indigenous West African origin among the Peul. The vast majority of genetic lineages associated with them reflect those most commonly seen in other West Africans. Their language is also of West African origin, most closely related to that of the Wolof and Serer ethnic groups. Historical and archaeological records indicate that Peul-speakers have resided in western Africa since at least the 5th century A.D. as well. Interestingly, rock paintings in the Tassili-n-Ajjer suggests the presence of proto-Fulani cultural traits in the region by at least the fourth millennium B.C. Scholars specializing in Fulani culture believe that some of the imagery depicts rituals that are still practiced by contemporary Fulani people.

The Fulani were the first group of people in West Africa to convert to Islam through jihads, or holy wars, and were able to take over much of West Africa and establish themselves not only as a religious group but also as a political and economic force. They are the missionaries of Islam and continued to conquer much of West Africa. The Fulani are primarily nomadic herders and traders. Through their nomadic lifestyle they established numerous trade routes in West Africa. Many times the Fulani go to local markets and interact with the people, getting news and spreading it through much of West Africa.

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Possible Israelite Link to the Fulani

Possible Israelite Link to the Fulani

A very important and interesting possible link to the origins of Fulani could be deducted from an article titled The Israelite in Sudan and the Jews in the land of the Mahdi It could suggest that earlier Fulani were Hebrew Israelite from Arab Yemeni ancestry who slowly moved from Ethiopia and the Sudan to North Africa before going south to raid and enslave West Africans.

This hypothesis allows a  room to suggest that the expelled Canaanite and Hebrew Israelite by Turkic Jews after 530 BC joined forces with the groups who came from Yemen via Sudan and Ethiopia starting from 1800 BC. They were also joined by further Turkic invaders and settlers after 660 AD.

The sudden massive waves of people fleeing  their collapsed countries in 1300 BC in the Mediterranean Sea, who are know as “the Sea People” also invaded the Levant, Egypt, and the rest of North Africa. These groups could had added further pressures and complexity that faced the indigenous Amazeigh and the Hebrew Israelite bandits of slavery.

Hebrew Israelite Links to Massive Slavery in Africa and Fulani since 1800 BC

[Important Update:

Jews are Turkic Mongolians. The Turkic Mongolians origin is around Altai Mountains and northern Tarim Basin of Western Mongolia, Eastern Kazakhstan, and Northern Uyghur.
The Israelite are totally different from Jews; they are Ge’ez speaking 100% Africans from the lands of Punt (the Horn of Africa).
The Hebrew Israelite were Ge’ez speaking African Israelite then they were invited and collaborated and mixed with Turkic Mongolians to invent the Jews, Judaism, and Hebrew in Neo-Babylonia in 530 BC.
The Hebrew Israelite are the Lost Sheep o the House of Israel.]

There is no doubt that Hebrew Israelite is totally a different group from the relatively newer Jews. It is very important to draw clear distinctions between three different groups who are commonly regarded as one group.

First: The ancient Yemeni Semite Arab Hebrews Israelite “sons of Israel” those who entered Ethiopia staring with Patriarch Joseph then into the whole of Africa before the Ten Commandments in 1446 BC. This Semitic group created wide spread Hebrew Israelite slavery in all parts of Africa.

Second: The ancient Yemeni Semite Arab Hebrews Israelite “sons of Israel” who went back to Yemen in the Exodus of 1446 BC then invaded, colonized, and mixed with the Canaanites since 1400 BC. Later on, they were mostly deported to North Africa by the third group since the invention of Jews and Judaism.

And, the third group is the Turkic Mongolian “Jews” and followers of “Judaism” who were invented by Turkic Persia in 580 BC after a fraudulent Babylonian Return, replacing few hundreds of Hebrew Israelite captive rulers from the House of David by many hundreds of thousands of Turkic settlers. This created “The Jews” who invaded and colonized the Hebrew Israelite former invaders and colonizers of Canaan.

There are plenty of evidences proving Hebrew Israelite presence in almost all parts of Africa since 1800 BC, before they got any religion. And this presence is the tip of a colossal iceberg of savage slavery and bloodshed. For more information on the ancient Hebrew Israelite presence in almost all parts of Africa read an extensive study written by modern Jewish scholar on the following links:

There are plenty of Jewish roots in Africa, Part I

There are plenty of Jewish roots in Africa, Part II

There are plenty of Jewish roots in Africa, Part III

For more detailed analysis check the following article: The History of Israel and Judaism Debunked

The History of the Fulani?

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