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Perhaps the Palestinians are not One Nation but Two Nations

Perhaps Palestinians are not One Nation but they are two Nations - Jebusites & Philistia

It is noticeable that geography, politics and culture divide the Palestinians into two distinct, separate and even contradictory and conflicting parts between the West Bank (the Jordan River) and the population of the Gaza Strip. Are these divisions the result of historical and racial differences? To answer this question it is necessary to note the following:
The Jews are a group of Turkic Mongolians who were sent by the colonists to Persia and Babylonia (and they also left Mongols) to displace the Hebrew Israelite of Israel and replace them in Canaan. This has been confirmed by the Samaritans and the Beta Israel Ethiopians, as well as by the loss of the tribes of Israel and other profound ethnic, cultural, religious and political transformations that followed the Babylonian return in 530 BC.

Turkic Mongolians, the origin of Jews, had existed in the region since 1800 BC with various names such as Chasu YHWH and Hyksos. Their raids and destruction caused the collapse of the Bronze Age in 1177 BC for the majority of Mediterranean civilizations and countries. It is a pivotal era documented in archeology and history books. This massive collapse resulted in a large number of large migrations and the emergence of so-called “sea peoples” fugitives and mercenaries. At the time, the Hebrew Israelites were occupying and were present in Canaan and were still allied with the Turkic Mongolians before the collapse of this alliance in 626 BC.

The first waves of Palestinians came with the collapse of the Bronze Age and the fall of the Hittite Empire and civilization in and around Anatolia. The second wave of settlements were to the Philistia region and it was organized by the Turkic Mongolians after they called themselves Jews. This was in 530 BC with the expulsion and dispersal of the Israelites from Canaan. They brought in new immigrant labor and slaves to be added to the first wave of of the sea peoples and they settled the second group in the region of Philistia; and both settlers became known as Palestinians in Western Bank and also in of Philistia despite their differences.

It is clear that the history of settler groups that were later known to the Palestinians occurred on two stages. The first stage is the migrations of the so-called “peoples of the sea”. It is noteworthy that the Jebusites are a group of settlers concentrated in the eastern region of River Jordan and they differed from the Canaanites despite attempts to include them as Canaanites, but they are closer to the Hittites (the peoples of ancient Anatolia). Many scholars consider the origin of the Jebusites is the Hittite. This is confirmed by the gods they worshiped before they converted to Christianity. As well as the similarity between them and Armenians.

The second phase was different Mediterranean groups to replace the expelled and displaced Canaanite and Hebrew. This second group was settled in what is now the Gaza Strip. “Philistia” was first mentioned in the works of the Greek historian Herodotus in the fifth century BC. With the emergence of Christianity the inhabitants of the West Bank, adopted the new religion that emerged in the lands they became advocates and defenders of Christianity in the face of Jews. While the inhabitants of the Gaza Strip remained in their old beliefs until the Islamic conquest came and embraced Islam as a means of coexistence and protection.


Abyssinian Hypothesis on Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish History

This is a brief Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish history diagram according to the new Abyssinian Hypothesis, by Tarig Anter.

Also see: Cyclopedia Of Biblical Literature Ed John Kitto Vol 1 1880, page 30.

Indians and the world must know about the relationship between Pashtuns and the both the Israelite and how the Turkic Jews brought them to Afghanistan and India which led to the creation of Pakistan and the civil war in Afghanistan.

Brief Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish history diagram

Brief Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish history diagram according to the new Abyssinian Hypothesis, by Tarig Anter.

Bab-el-Mandeb and the Refuge of Israel and Exodus of Moses

Bab-el-Mandeb (Arabic: lit. "Gate of Tears or Sorrows") or Mandeb Strait

Bab-el-Mandeb (Arabic: lit. “Gate of Tears or Sorrows”) or Mandeb Strait

The Bab-el-Mandeb (Arabic: lit. “Gate of Tears or Sorrows”) or Mandeb Strait is a strait located between Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula, and Djibouti and Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. It connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aden. The strait derives its name from the dangers attending its navigation, or, according to an Arab legend, from the numbers who were drowned by the earthquake which separated Eritrea and Djibouti from Yemen or Arabia.

The full width of the Strait of Bab El Mandeb is about 28 km and it had been in use for many thousand years for movement of goods, people, and slaves. Camel was introduced to Arabia from Africa and were shipped by crossing this strait. Incense, rare woods, feathers, animal skins, frankincense, and gold were among the trade crossing regularly.

Since ancient times, Arabs imported goods from Africa via Bab-el-Mandeb then exported them via the Incense trade land route linking Egypt, the Mediterranean, and Mesopotamia with Eastern and Southern sources of incense, spices and other luxury goods, across the Levant and Egypt with Eastern Africa, Arabia, India and beyond.

The economy of the Kingdom of Qataban (in Yemen) was based on the cultivation and trade of spices and aromatics including frankincense and myrrh. These were exported to the Mediterranean, India and Abyssinia where they were greatly prized by many cultures, using camels on routes through Arabia, and to India by sea.

The island of Perim divides the strait into two channels, of which the eastern, known as the Bab Iskender (Alexander’s Strait), is 2 miles (3 km) wide and 30 m deep, while the western, or Dact-el-Mayun, has a width of about 16 miles (25 km) and a depth of 310 m.

According to Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church tradition, the straits of Bab-el-Mandeb were witness to the earliest migrations of Ge’ez speakers between Arabia and Africa, occurring c. 1900 BC, roughly around the same time as the Hebrew patriarch Jacob (Israel). This could even go older than that to the time of Abraham. The Kingdom of Aksum was a major regional power in the Horn of Africa. It extended its rule across the strait with the conquest of the Himyarite Kingdom shortly before the rise of Islam; and early Muslims took refuge in Abyssinia.

Moses may have received some geological assistance when he parted the Red Sea to let the Israelites through. For the past 30 million years the Arabian tectonic plate has been moving away from the African (Nubian) plate at the Red Sea.

But the rift, in which Earth’s crust is being stretched and thinned, is not happening smoothly. Most of the time the plates are stuck together. But in September of 2005 they split apart along a 37-mile (60-kilometer) section in Afar, Ethiopia (Ethiopia map), near the southern end of the Red Sea. The studies suggest that the splitting is due to the injection of underground magma (molten rock) into the rift rather than earthquakes happening on tectonic faults. A similar event occurred in Iceland from 1975 to 1984, but it took nine years and 20 individual “rips” to achieve what happened in Ethiopia in just a few weeks.

Also see: Cyclopedia Of Biblical Literature Ed John Kitto Vol 1 1880, page 30.

Brief Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish history diagram

Brief Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish history diagram

The Origins of the Jews and the Israelite are Finally Solved

There is no doubt whatsoever that the first earliest Jews were Turkic Mongolians with their slaves from conquered Middle East, northern India, and Eastern Europe. The Turkic Mongolians were the first people to use horses and their wide campaigns of raids began since 1800 BC. But some Turkic Mongolians were not called Jews until Turkic Mongolians colonized Assyria and Iran and turned them to Neo-Babylonia and Persia (in 626 BC and 550 BC respectively) and sent them to replace the Hebrew Israelite in 530 BC.

The Israelite were originally an Arab Yemeni tribe and turned to Hebrew after they colonized Canaan since 1406 BC. They were earlier collaborators with Turkic Mongolians during their occupation of northern Kemt (ancient Egypt) as Hyksos (Heka-chasu “of YHWH”) during 1630 BC to 1523 BC. Before and during the Hyksos period the Yemeni Israelite took refuge in Abyssinia from 1876 BC to 1446 BC. Some Israelite, including Moses, infiltrated into Kerma, in Sudan, (ancient Nubia) and carried out wide scale looting, slavery, and raids that led to the fall of Kerma civilization during the Classic Kerma period (1750–1580 BC) of C-Group Phase IIb–III.

During the period from 1650 BC to 1520 BC ancient Egypt was threatened and squeezed from both the north and the south by the Turkic Mongolian Hyksos and the Arab Israelite respectively. Then came Ahmose I, king of ancient Egypt (reigned c. 1549–1524 BC) and founder of the 18th dynasty, who introduced the use of horses and other military techniques which were successful for the expulsion of the Hyksos (Asiatic rulers of Egypt), assisting and securing Canaanite rulers, and liberating Kerma from Israelite in the south.

Few years later, an Abyssinian king decided to expel the Israelite from Abyssinia without allowing them to carry their illegitimate wealth made during their 430 years of refuge. But the Israelite refused and escaped stealthily back to Yemen in 1446 BC under the leadership of Moses. This is the true story of the Exodus which was from Abyssinia and not from Egypt at all.

Soon after receiving the Ten Commandants and the Torah in a mountain in Yemen, not Sinai of Egypt, which were in the Ge’ez language, Moses died and the Israelite rejected the scriptures and the Promised Land of Asir region (in Yemen and Saudi Arabia) and forged the Torah to legitimize the colonization of Canaan. The Turkic Mongolians who were called Jews since 530 BC carried out massive campaigns of displacements and replacements soon after they colonized Canaan. They expelled all the twelve tribes of Hebrew Israelite and all Canaanite and claimed that 10 Israelite tribes disappeared and stole the identity of two Israelite tribes.

In exchange for the expelled Hebrew Israelite and Canaanite, the Turkic Mongolians (the Jews) brought slaves from Crete and Mediterranean regions and kept them first in the area of Philistia and were called the Philistines then were distributed to other regions to work as labors.

Contrary to the earliest Jews, the modern Jews are a wide mixture of Turkic Mongolians with various enslaved groups and vassals from Europe and large range of associates. The migrations of Jews from Canaan first targeted both the eastern and western territories of the newly founded Roman Empire (27 BC – 395 AD) and they played very crucial roles in their businesses. So modern Jews are not a nation nor they are Semite, the same as the first earliest Jews.

The final form of Jews started with the formation of the Turkic coalition between the Turkic Ottomans and the expelled Jews from Iberia in 1492 AD. This coalition was instrumental in the invasion and subsequent colonization of the Americas since the expedition of Columbus in 1492. The Turkic Mongolian coalition provided European migrants and slaves and later on led the transatlantic slavery of Africans to the American plantations.

Moses never went to Egypt, but after few centuries Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) (1353–1336 BC) tried to borrow the teachings of Abraham regarding monotheism but he failed after a short period. That happened about 100 years after the death of Moses. Jewish scientist Sigmund Freud must had knew much better about many stories but he preferred to keep quiet and invent more fake tales.

At early times there were no Jews in or from Yemen. The Israelite were from Yemen but not the Jews. May be Jews came to Yemen later as they did to all Arabia with the Turkic Mongolian raids and expansions and during the Ottomans and similar Turkic periods.

The Turkic Mongolians created what is called today the Slavic people in the Steppe, Eastern Europe, Balkan; plus took Iran, Anatolia and the Caucasus. Later on they penetrated into the Germanic and Roman tribes and formed and caused the formation of new European groups.

They also created huge slavery all over the world since their expansions. The Yemeni Arab Israelite became Hebrew in Canaan in 530 BC, then the Jews kicked them out of their colony in Canaan. Now, it is reasonable to suggest that the Pashtuns could be part of the expelled Hebrew Israelite. Watch the following video.

The Abyssinian Hypothesis on Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish History. This is a brief history diagram according to the new Abyssinian Hypothesis, on the second following video. Also see: Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature Ed John Kitto Vol 1 1880, page 30.

Jews claim that Abraham knew camels. If this is true then Abraham was native of Eastern Africa, if not then the story of Abraham must be different. And Jews have nothing with Abraham and the region. Arabia never knew camels at 2000 BC. It is getting more reasonable to believe that Abraham was Abyssinian just as Melchizedek, Melkisetek, or Malki Tzedek in Amharic: መልከ ጼዴቅ ‘malkī-ṣeḏeq’ the king of Salem and priest of El Elyon who blessed Abram by El Elyon. Genesis 14:19.

This shall lead to conclude that Salem is indeed was a city in Abyssinia; and the whole Torah and the Bible must be re-written. The history from Abraham to Moses certainly happened but in completely different geographic settings. It could had happened in Abyssinia and ended up in Yemen. Indians and the world must know about the relationship between Pashtuns and the both the Israelite and how the Turkic Jews brought them to Afghanistan and India which led to the creation of Pakistan and the civil war in Afghanistan.

Sultan Beyazit II welcoming Jews expelled from Iberia to the Ottoman Empire in 1492.

Brief Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish history diagram

Brief Israelite, Hebrew, Jewish history diagram

Ashkenazim origin

Ashkenazim origin

Are the Samaritans or Shamerim Yemenis from Shamer?

The name “Samaritans” is translated in Hebrew as “Shamerim”, i.e. in Arabic the people of Shamer. There is conflict over the etymology of the name for the Samaritans between Jews and Hebrew about the source and meaning of this name, which was given to the group of Hebrews who refuse to describe themselves as Jews (similar to the stand of the Ethiopian Beta Israel in today’s State of Israel). They affirm that the Jews are foreigners and infidels and are not of the Israelites.

And this calls for the possibility of linking between the Samaritans i.e. “Shamerim” and inhabitants of Qafl Shamer District, which is one of the districts of the province of Hajjah in Yemen. And it is in the Houthis area today. If this possibility is true, this will strengthen the hypothesis affirming Yemeni origin of the Israelites and their being originally a Yemeni Arab tribe. (The Samaritans are Israelis with very strong Arab culture until today).

The Jewish historian Josephus Flavius ​​asserts that the Samaritans are Hebrew but not Jewish

The following should be noted:

Firstly, Titus Flavius Josephus born Yosef ben Matityahu (38-100 AD) was a first-century Romano-Jewish scholar, historian and hagiographer, who was born in Jerusalem—then part of Roman Judea—to a father of priestly descent and a mother who claimed royal ancestry.

Secondly, he was not a Syrian, but a Jew who is probably a descendant of the Turkic Mongolian who expelled the Hebrew who were the first occupiers of Canaan, and occupied Canaan in their place. They invented the Jewish religion in 530 BC that replaced the Samaritan Hebrew religion and both groups -the Hebrew and the Jews- rely on two totally different versions of forged Torah (about 7000 disputed verses). The population of Samaritans in Israel is now estimated at 783 people divided between Nablus and the Holon area near Tel Aviv.)

Third, the Chaldeans are people of Mesopotamia, but their wealthy and the ruling class were Turkic Mongolian and the Chaldeans became their vassal people since they colonized Chaldea or Chaldaea from Assyria

Fourthly, the claim of the Jews and the Israelites that the Prophet Abraham is a Syrian is a requirement of illegitimate occupation of Canaan while the Prophet Abraham and his decedents and the children of Israel (Jacob) and all their early history were in Yemen and Abyssinia only

Fifth, the model of Joseph Ben Matityahu turned into a Roman citizen confirming the extent of the penetration of Turkic Mongolians in the Roman Empire and the role of the Jews in the invention of Catholic Christianity and other doctrines in Europe.

To understand the rift between Jews and Samarians and the very strong Arab culture of Samaritans watch the following two conflicting videos:

Unfortunately there is no videos in English language presenting the Samaritan opinions about themselves, the Arabs, and the Jews.


Israelite and Jewish Roots and Influences of Kush Kingdom of Nubia

Alara was a King who is generally regarded as the founder of the dynasty that created the Kingdom of Kush. His successors colonized and ruled Egypt as the 25th Dynasty. He was the first recorded king of Nubia after the collapse of Kerma civilization.  He is a central figure in the mythical origin of the kingdom of Kush, a legend that has been decorated over time with new elements. He was more associated with Upper Nubia from old Meroë to the Fourth Cataract rather than with Kerma. His two immediate successors, Kashta and Piye, ruled Egypt.

Nubian literature credits Alara with a substantial reign since future Nubian kings requested that they might enjoy a reign as long as Alara’s. Despite Alara was a deeply revered figure in Kushite culture there are no much confirmed information about his origin, family and his reign. This strange fact raises a lot of suspicion about his origin and the motives of Kush Kingdom.

Kush was established after the Bronze Age collapse (1177 BC) and the disintegration of the New Kingdom of Egypt. Kush was centered at Napata during its early phase. King Kashta invaded Egypt in the 8th century BC and Kush ruled as the Twenty-fifth dynasty of Egypt for a century, until they were expelled by the Assyrians under the rule of Esarhaddon.

The name Kush has no origin in the Nubian history or language, and early Egyptian records didn’t mention it. The name Kush, since at least the time of Josephus, has been connected with the biblical character Cush, in the Hebrew Bible. The Nubian region had gone by other names in the Old Kingdom. Since the arrival of Israelite from Yemen into Abyssinia and south of Kerma from 1870 BC the term Kush became used to point to hostile people and territory.

Tuthmosis I made several campaigns c.1504 BC south resulted in protecting Kerma and making the 4th Cataract as a border line. Kerma culture increasingly maintained strong relationships with Egypt while hostility with the south continued for 220 years till c.1300 BC. During the New Kingdom, Kerma nevertheless became a key partner – economically, politically and spiritually. Indeed, major ceremonies were held at Jebel Barkal near Napata, and the royal lineages of the two regions seem to have intermarried. The extent of cultural/political continuity between the Kingdom of Kerma and the Kingdom of Kush is difficult to determine.

Threats to the early Egyptian Eighteenth Dynasty and Kerma were evidenced in the writings of Ahmose, an Egyptian warrior who served under Ahmose (1539-1514 BC), Amenhotep I (1514-1493 BC) and Thutmose I (1493-1481 BC). At the end of the Second Intermediate Period (mid sixteenth century BC), Egypt faced the twin existential threats -the Turkic Mongolian Hyksos in the North and the Yemeni Israelite in Kerma to the South.

Phases of Kerma Civilization
Pre-Kerma (c. 3500–2500 BC) No C-Group culture Phase
Early Kerma (c. 2500–2050 BC) C-Group Phase Ia–Ib
Middle Kerma (c. 2050–1750 BC) C-Group Phase Ib–IIa
Classic Kerma (c. 1750–1580 BC) (Israelite infiltration) C-Group Phase IIb–III
Final Kerma (c. 1580–1500 BC) (Collusion with the Hyksos) C-Group Phase IIb–III
Late Kerma – (c.1500–1100? BC) (expulsion of Israelite and Egyptian New Kingdom protection).

Due to the widespread looting and slavery by the Israelites during the turbulent time of Classical Kerma from 1750 BC and until the liberation of Karma with the help of Egypt in 1523 BC, there is a strong possibility that the Alara might be one of their remnants or of the descendants of the Israelites or of their liberated slaves. Perhaps the neglect for the great Karma civilization was caused by the fact that the Kush Kingdom was not native and authentic and it was ruled by foreign rulers contrary to the civilization and the kings of Kerma.

Kerma is one of the oldest historical cities where archaeologists have proven that this city is more than 9,500 years old. Its Nubian name is Doki, which means the Red Hill till today in modern Nubian. The capital was located in the northern state of Sudan on the east bank of the Nile River and about 700 kilometers south of the city of Aswan. The area of ​​Karma was the center of the civilization of Kerma since 2500 BC and for 1500 years and is one of the most important centers of ancient human civilization. It grew with time and a kingdom of great importance and strong contact with the state of Kmet (ancient Egypt) was established. It was ruled by families and priests of mixed Kerma and Kmet origins. The ties between Kerma and Egypt were not of two states but could be considered different regions in one state.

When the Kingdom of Kerma was invaded, colonized and looted by the Yemeni Israelite who came through Abyssinia since 1870 BC, the kings of Egypt defended Kerma and expelled the Israelites in 1523 BC by Ahmose I. Kerma remained under the protection of the Egyptians for many centuries and life flourished again until 1000 BC. Napata was an old Nubian city. Thutmosis III fortified it and developed it in 1450 BC to defend Nubia and make it as a border that foreigners cannot pass northward. In 780 BC the Kushites chose Napata as a capital of the Kingdom of Kush and then moved the capital to the ancient Meroë, north of Shendi, in 591 BC.

Also found in the city of Kerma on a large building built of bricks, called today, “West Dabofa.” The scientists differ in determining the function of this huge edifice, which is about 19 meters high, and they are happy that it was either a palace or a temple. The civilization of Kerma was characterized by many aspects, the most important of which was the creation of the meeting of kings in the masses, which found no resemblance to it in Egyptian civilization or any civilization Other. It was also characterized by a special kind of pottery. More than 10 of these dawns have been found in Kerma, and they have always been known as the primary capital of human existence in Sudan and one of the oldest African civilizations.

Around 1800 BC, in Iran, Assyria, the Levant and the north of the Arabian Peninsula, there were very dangerous looting groups of Turkic nomads coming from Mongolia and using horses, which were unknown to the inhabitants of those areas. In the south of the Arabian Peninsula in 1870, drought and famine led to the migration of the Arab tribe of Israel from their homeland in Yemen to Abyssinia via Bab-al-Mandab. While the Turkic Mongolians were plundering the Levant, the Bedouin Arabs of Israel were plundering Abyssinia and Kerma.

The flow and looting of the Turkic Mongolians increased and they occupied northern Egypt in 1630 BC. First they were known as YHWH Shasu (nomadic Jews), then became known as the Hyksos (Heka-Shasu, nomadic rulers). Collusion between the Israelites who were in the south at Kerma and the Hyksos occupiers of the Delta of Egypt was established. King Ahmose I came from an Egyptian Nubian mixed family and liberated both the Delta in the north and Kerma in the south in 1523 BC after introducing the use of the horse in his armies.

In 1446 BC, one of the kings of Abyssinia expelled the Israelite, but many of them had long penetrated the regions of Kerma and the rest of Sudan and continued to practice looting and slavery even after the expulsion of their brothers from Abyssinia. After the return of the Israelites to Yemen by crossing Bab-al-Mandab they moved north towards Canaan to meet their allies of the Turkic Mongolian gangs (Hyksos) who were expelled from Egypt and continued to loot the Levant and the north of the Arabian Peninsula. In 1406, the Israelites invaded Canaan and established the colony of the tribes of Israel with the help of the Mongols. In return, they helped them in the conquest of Assyria in 1392 BC.

Other groups of Turkic Mongolians were also active in looting the Caucasus, Eastern Europe and Anatolia since 1800 BC and their dangerous sabotage operations escalated with the use of horses and very bloody methods until they destroyed the civilizations of the Hittites and other peoples in the region. The year 1177 BC was the year of great catastrophe for all peoples on the Mediterranean Sea, where many countries and civilizations collapsed and destroyed and cities burned and entire peoples killed and displaced. As a result of these massacres and great destruction, the spread of chaos and the escape of very large groups in all directions in what is known as the phenomenon of the peoples of the sea and Bronze Age Collapse.

These events broke the backbone of the ancient Egyptian and Nubian civilizations, and the whole region and triggered a rapid collapse. Egypt lost its prosperity and independence by the fall of the Twentieth Dynasty in 1077 BC to invaders from all over the world. These negatively affected the independence, freedom and civilization of Nubia. Then, after 4 centuries, the 26th Dynasty (664 – 525 BC) appeared in Egypt. It was the last native Egyptian dynasty to rule Egypt and it was overthrown by the Persian invasion in 525 BC. The 26th Dynasty considered the Kushites as enemies as a result of their cooperation with the Persians; and their execution of the Egyptian King Necho I, the father of King Psamtik I by the Kushite King Tantamani.

According to Herodotus, the Kushites did not pay tribute to Persia. Instead they sent precious gifts to the Persian king, including gold, ebony and elephant tusks. We also know from Herodotus, as well as from other Greek reporters, that part of the Persian army of King Xerxes (486-465 BC) was composed of Kushite archers (Herodotus vii.69-70). So we can say with reasonable conviction that the Kingdom of Kush was never like Kerma, but it is more likely that Kush and the Kushites were foreign and foreigners and they were not free natives.

These facts raise a very essential question: Was the Kingdom of Kush a creation and an agent for the Arab Israelite and for the Turkic Mongolian Persian Jews?

Q&A on the Differences between Jews and Israelite

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks at an 800 hundred years old Torah scroll as he meets with Yemenite Jews who were brought to Israel earlier this morning as part of a secret rescue operation, at the Knesset, the Israeli parliament in Jerusalem, March 21, 2016. Photo by Haim Zach/GPO

To find out the differences between Jews and Israelite go through this Q&A. Answer by Yes, No, or I don’t know (The answers of the author is added after each question mark):

  1. Do you think the Jews are Israelite (descendants of Jacob)? N
  2. Do you think the Israelite were Arab Semite from Yemen (colonized Canaan around 1406 BC)? Y
  3. Do you think the Jews are Semite? N
  4. Do you think the early Jews are Turkic from Mongolia (came to the region around 1800 BC)? Y
  5. Do you think the Jews are anti-Semitic? Y
  6. Do you think original homeland of the Jews was in Canaan? N
  7. Do you think the Israelite are Chosen People? N
  8. Do you think the Jews are Chosen People? N
  9. Do you think the State of Israel is multicultural? N
  10. Do you think the Jews were the Hyksos who colonized Egypt? Y
  11. Do you think Roman Catholicism is more Jewish than Christian? Y
  12. Do you think Moses was an Israelite? Y
  13. Do you think Moses was a Jew? N
  14. Do you think Jesus was an Israelite? Y
  15. Do you think Jesus was a Jew? N
  16. Do you think the religion of Moses was Judaism? N
  17. Do you think Judaism came from Persia 900 years after Moses? Y
  18. Do you think the Jewish support for multiculturalism is fair? N
  19. Do you think cultural liberalism is a Jewish project? Y
  20. Do you think Communism is a Jewish project? Y
  21. Do you think Modern Liberal Democracy is a Jewish project? Y
  22. Do you think One Global Government is a Jewish project? Y
  23. Do you think Jews, Turks, Persians, and Romans are from the same origin? Y
  24. Do you think Jews, Turks, Persians, and Romans are anti-Moses, anti-Jesus & anti-Mohamed? Y
  25. Do you think the Old Testament is genuine? N
  26. Do you think the Jews are Semite and European at the same time? N
  27. Do you think identifying Jews and Europeans together as White people is OK? N
  28. Do you think Jews carried out slavery raids on Europeans since 1800 BC? Y
  29. Do you think EL and Allah are the same? Y
  30. Do you think YHWH, Jehovah, and Yahweh are the same? Y
  31. Do you think the God of Israelite EL is the same God of the Jews YHWH? N
  32. Do you think YHWH (Jehovah, or Yahweh) is a god? N
  33. Do you think the Jews and the Ottomans worked together to colonize the Americas? Y
  34. Do you think the Jews and the Ottomans worked together to create Trans-Atlantic Slavery? Y
  35. Do you think Turkic Mongolians destroyed the Etruscans and created the Romans (753 BC)? Y
  36. Do you think the Oriental slavery of Africa was Turkic Mongolian and NOT Arabic or Islamic? Y
  37. Do you think the Israelite went to Ethiopia and NOT to Egypt in 1876 BC (for 430 years)? Y
  38. Do you think the Biblical Exodus was via Bab-el-Mandab and NOT Sinai in 1446 BC? Y
  39. Do you think the captives taken to Babylon included large population? N
  40. Do you think those who returned from Babylonian Captivity were Israelite? N
  41. Do you think Jews are supportive for Turkic Islam, but not the Islam of Mohamed? Y
  42. Do you think the Jews were threatened by Jesus and Mohamed? Y
  43. Do you think the Israelite, but not the Jews, believed in Jesus? Y
  44. Do you think the Jews, and not the Romans, were responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus? Y
  45. Do you think the State of Israel is racist? Y
  46. Do you think following the true teachings of Jesus gives support for the Jews? N
  47. Do you think there are evidences supporting the history of the Old Testament? N
  48. Do you think there are differences between Judaism and Zionism? N
  49. Do you think Judaism is a political association for Turkic Mongolians and their partners? Y
  50. Do you think Jews are an ethnic group with genetic similarities? N
  51. Do you think Jews are loyal for the nation-states of their living more than to Israel? N

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