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Would Jews replace the Yemeni Torah if it Reveals their True History?

Benjamin Netanyahu poses with an 800-year-old Sefer Torah - and the Yemeni Jews who smuggled it to Israel

Benjamin Netanyahu poses with an 800-year-old Sefer Torah – and the Yemeni Jews who smuggled it to Israel

Israeli authorities organized a special covert operation to smuggle a 600-800 years-old Sefer Torah from Yemen along with 17 Israelite Yemenis. Israel’s concern about getting this copy of the Torah exceeded their worries about the consequences and conditions the remaining 3000-strong community of Israelite who are unwilling to leave Yemen for Israel.

Also, Israel didn’t care about national and international laws regulating the acquisition of such historic artifacts. So, why Israel is so concern about getting this copy to the extent it acts openly unlawfully and recklessly in a criminal manner? Could any country in the world do such things and be allowed to escape the legal and political consequences? Would the international community still regards Israel as a trustworthy and legitimate entity or acting as a decent state?

Do igniting civil wars, kidnapping, archaeological looting, artifacts effacing, statue battering, and conducting compulsory family planning are among the tools used by Israeli authorities to maintain and protect their official version of history?

The Jewish Chronicle posted an article on April 21, 2016, calling it “Rescue Operation” and refusing to describe it as smuggling. The picture that sparked a disaster, the unforeseen fall-out of a rescue operation endangers those left behind. It says:

[When almost 20 Yemeni Jews fled the town of Raydah in a covert operation, few people thought of the handful of members of the 3,000 year-old Jewish community who had been left behind in the nearby city of Sana’a.

As the figurehead of the exodus, Rabbi Saliman Dahari – who brought an 800-year-old Torah with him to Israel – posed for pictures with Benjamin Netanyahu last month, he was not to know that the widely-circulated image would have serious consequences for the Sana’a Jews.

Yemeni authorities were incensed by images of the Israeli prime minister holding what they considered to be an artefact belonging to their country.

To their mind the Sefer Torah had been illegally smuggled out of Yemen.

The JC can reveal that the consequences of the image being seen around the world were catastrophic.

Israel’s Immigration and Absorption Minister Ze’ev Elkin said the media reports endangered lives of those who remained in the country.

He said: “One of the reasons that there are problems for the Jews still in Yemen is because so many people spoke about it. It’s better to deal with these kinds of issues quietly.”

Just days after media outlets told the story of the rescue of the 17 Yemeni Jews, armed forces closed in on the remaining members of the community living in the city riddled with civil unrest and controlled by Houthi rebels.

Soldiers banged on the door of an Orthodox teacher in his 30s. They arrested him on suspicion of helping “smuggle” the Torah scroll out of Yemen.

A second Jewish civilian, who made aliyah 10 years ago but later returned to Yemen, was arrested for being a “Mossad Zionist spy” last week. On Wednesday, his mother was also taken into custody. A Muslim airport worker was also arrested for allegedly failing to seize Rabbi Dahari’s bag at checkout.

Israeli American Moti Kahana, founder of NGO Amaliah, who famously helped rescue the last Jews of Aleppo in Syria last year, is one many activists said to be negotiating with Houthi representatives to free all four detainees, who are believed to have been tortured.

On Wednesday, Mr Kahana said he hoped they would be home in time for tonight’s Seder. He said: “We are talking to the Yemenis. We have put two offers on the table to get them out of jail. We hope they will be home for Pesach.

“The rest of the community is very scared. They are being told by authorities that if anyone leaves, especially to Israel, the rest are going to jail.”

Mr Kahana said he wants his New York-based organisation, which cares for hundreds of Jewish artefacts from Syria, to hold the Torah.

He said: “When I saw the scroll in the media I knew the Yemeni government would complain, they would say that international law was broken.

“We would bring the Torah to New York for safe-keeping until Yemen is safe. One day, when the war is over and Jews return to the country, the Torah can go back to Yemen.

“If not, we will pay them restitution for the smuggling of the Torah – a few hundred thousand pounds in exchange for the release of the people.”

But Avi Mayer, spokesman for the Jewish Agency, said the scroll was “the property of the Raydah Jewish community, of Yemeni Jewry, and of the Jewish people.The rabbi of Raydah brought the Torah with him and has been proudly and openly sharing this cherished part of his community’s rich religious heritage.”

More than 51,000 Yemeni Jews have resettled in Israel, with more than 200 moving in recent years.]

Yes, Yemen is in chaos and ruins now, but no state or organization must allow such rouge transgression to happen without serious challenges for them. This is not the first precedent nor will it be the last if actions are not taken. Respect yourself by respecting others.







Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire (1926) by Drusilla Houston

Drusilla D. Houston published a great book in 1926 and although she didn’t recognize the facts that the Israelite with their God EL were totally different from the Jews and the Hyksos with their leader YHWH she presented numerous evidences of this reality. She came very close to discover that the Israelite were Arabic Semite tribe from Yemen who took refuge in Abyssinia, and not Egypt, while the Turkic Mongolian Hyksos, the origin of Jews, plundered and colonized lower Egypt.

This very important book can support the Abyssinian Hypothesis of the Hebrew Bible which is indeed a groundbreaking new revelation of the history, politics, and religions of the region and the world. On pages 99 she wrote [These primitive Semites were a north Arabian race. Southern Arabia was occupied by the older and more civilized Ethiopian race. Gibbon speaks of Sabaeans in north Arabia, if they were it was families that had passed northward after the Flood of Arem, which dispersed the families of old Yemen over northern Arabia. These people were advanced in civilization. The fact that the father-in-law of Moses could show him defects in his administration of government, proves that he was in possession of an older and more seasoned form of law. The Scriptures tell us that Moses harkened to the voice of his father-in-law and did all that he said. There is marked similarity between the Jewish law and the code of Hammurabi, which was the essence of the old laws that for thousands of years had ruled the Cushite race. The Jewish law maker was thus placed in close contact with the race which in earlier ages had possessed the revelations of God in law and equity. This is why the code of Hammurabi, though it preceded Jewish law by many ages, yet in many features was the same code.

Arabia possessed many products in ancient days, that were coveted by the rest of the world. Nothing then was considered more costly and desirable than frankincense and myrrh, which were Arabia’s fabled products. It was by this commerce that she amassed her fabulous wealth. The treasures of Africa were conveyed over the peninsula to Gerrha. Joined by the pearls of the Persian Gulf, this commerce was floated on rafts to the mouth of the Euphrates.]

Scholars need to find answers for many questions among them:

  1. Genesis 12:16 says: “He treated Abram well for her sake, and Abram acquired sheep and cattle, male and female donkeys, male and female servants, and camels.” This is FALSE because camels were not domesticated or used neither in Egypt not in Arabia at that time. Single hump camel is an ancient indigenous animal in East Africa and it was used at the time of Abraham.
  2. The Israelite didn’t leave any graves neither in Egypt where they claim they took refuge since Joseph and for 430 years! Nor they left graves in Sinai where they claim to wander for 40 years.
  3. They claim Joseph became Vizier in Egypt but failed to name any king of Egypt!
  4. Kmt “ancient Egypt” had very sophisticated and elaborate governance and record systems but nothing was recorded about any presence and activities of large community of herding nomads.
  5. Egypt is a desert country with a narrow strip of arable land along the Nile River and Delta branches. Egypt ecology cannot sustain any nomadic herding community.
  6. The Minoan eruption of Thera occurred between 1642–1540 BC was noticed even in China but the Israelite who claim to be in Egypt at that time didn’t notice such great regional event.
  7. Ethiopian Beta Israel who were brought to today’s Israel insist that they are Israelite but NOT Jews!!
  8. Moses never called his religion Judaism and he was not a Jew, and Judaism was invented 900 years after Moses and it took 930 years to form (530 BC – 400 AD).
  9. The God is Israelite was EL since Enoch and Abraham and Isra-EL. The leader of the Turkic Mongolian Jews was YHWH (Yahweh or Jehovah) these are two different nations and two different gods.
  10. Jesus never called himself a Jew and on the cross he said “Eloi Eloi lama sabachthani?” which is translated, “My Allah, my Allah, why have you forsaken me?”.
  11. The fact that the graves of Abraham, Israel, Joseph, and Moses are unknown is a weird fact because graves of much less important figures from Egypt and other nations are known.
  12. While the Jews claim that they are Israelite and stayed in Egypt for 430 years there is no borrowed words in neither the two languages while Arabic, Hebrew, and Ge’ez languages are much closer to each other and members of the same family of languages.
  13. Horses was not known in Africa including Egypt and Abyssinia, and also unknown in Arabia and Levant. The Israelite never knew horses before 530 BC while the Turkic Mongolian Jews used horses from Mongolia since 1800 BC to raid Iran, Mesopotamia, Canaan, and Egypt.
  14. The Ten Plagues of Egypt are not recorded neither in Egypt nor in the neighboring country.
  15. Why Moses, Joseph, Israel, or Abraham never mention YHWH, Yahweh, or Jehovah? Simply because it was an invention made in Persia in 530 BC 1500 years after Abraham.

Drusilla Dunjee Houston (née Drusilla Dunjee; January 20, 1876 – February 8, 1941) was an American writer, historian, educator, journalist, musician, and screenwriter from West Virginia. She was the daughter of Rev. John and Lydia Ann (Taylor) Dunjee. Her father was an alumnus of Storer College, a preacher and teacher, working at what was then a normal school under the auspices of the Baptist Missionary Association.

Houston became an independent historian. Beginning in 1901, she conducted research into a variety of sources and published a multi-volume history of Africans in their homeland, Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire (1926). While the work is now outdated, it was influential as part of an early 20th-century effort by African Americans in the United States to document their African ancestors as peoples with complex, ancient history and civilizations.

Houston was a co-founder of Oklahoma chapters of the YWCA, the Red Cross, and the NAACP, all based in Oklahoma City. In 1932, her brother Roscoe Dunjee led several NAACP chapters to come together to form a state organization. She was a co-founder of the Dogan Reading Room of Oklahoma and served as its president. She died of tuberculosis on February 8, 1941, in Phoenix, Arizona. She had moved there for her health, as the dry climate was believed to benefit people with lung disease, and TB was incurable at the time. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Her book: Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire (1926), Download the book (173 pages in English, 746 KB) in pdf from HERE

Jews Colonized Egypt 107 Years then Stole Hebrew Israelite Identity

A nomadic group called Shasu “east/Asia nomad” entered and settled in eastern Nile Delta before 1650 BC. They came peacefully and gradually prospered and increased; then raided and colonized many parts of Egypt. This Shasu created the Hyksos (Egyptian Hekw Shasu, “foreign east rulers”; Greek: Hykussos) were people of mixed origins from Asia and Canaan. The Hyksos led to the end of Egypt’s Thirteenth Dynasty (1803–1649 BC) and initiated Egypt’s Second Dark Intermediate Period (1674–1549 BC).

Egyptian texts list different tribes of nomadic groups wandering the deserts of Arabia collectively called “Shasu”. One of these groups, is identified as “Shasu Yhw(h)” This group of nomads are indeed the Jews and their deity YHWH. “Shasu of YHWH” means “nomad JEW”. After 1406 BC Canaan was first settled then colonized by Yemeni Arab Semite “Hebrew Israelite”. Egyptians called them “Abiru or Habiru” and their only God for thousands of years was EL.

“EL” is the name of the God of Moses and for the Hebrew Israelite since their Exodus. It is also written in plural “Elohim” as a form of high respect and reverence. It was the same name used by Abraham and Enoch. The Israelite also used to call God as Eloah, Ilah, and Allah. The patriarch Jacob was given the name Isra-EL 400 years before Moses and 1500 years before Jews took over Canaan. Nomad Jews, “Shasu of YHWH”, were pagans of an Asiatic cult, most probably Tengrism. The Israelite and the Jews are indeed two totally different nations with two different gods.

Ahmose I (reign 1549 -1524 BC) liberated Egypt from the Hyksos. He was ten years old when he assumed the throne. Both his father and his brother died fighting the Hyksos. His mother, the powerful Queen Ahhotep, acted as his co-regent for the early part of his reign and retained a great deal of influence with the king. He relied heavily on sister-wife (Queen Ahmose Nefertari) and his grandmother (Queen Tetisheri) for support and honoured their names. He introduced new tools of warfare most notably the composite bow and the horse-drawn chariot and bronze tools. Inside his pyramid the pharaoh appears in a series of battle scenes which include some of the earliest depictions of horses in Egyptian art.

The early years of his reign were fairly quiet, and the Hyksos may even have made some gains. However, he resumed hostilities about half way through his twenty-five year reign launching attacks on Hyksos strongholds including Memphis and Avaris and retaking Heliopolis. He laid siege to the Hyksos fortress at Sharuhen for six years, at last forcing them to retreat. The king then led his army to Nubia (Kush) imposing his control as far as the Second Cataract and installed a Viceroy in Buhen to manage the area.

While Ahmose I was in Nubia, Hyksos sympathizers led by Teti-en tried to seize the throne. However, his mother (Queen Ahhotep) quashed the rebellion and maintained power until the return of her son. For her bravery, the Pharaoh awarded her “the gold flies”. The king then returned to Canaan, pushing as far as the Euphrates, to make it clear who was in charge. On returning home, he seemed content to allow local governors to get on with their jobs, rather than imposing central authority.

Ahmose I married his sister, Ahmose Nefertari (the daughter of Ahhotep I and Seqenenre Taa II), their son was Amenhotep I. As well as honouring his mother, the king respected his powerful sister-wife. She held the title, “Second Prophet of Amun”, an exceptional rank for a woman, and he gave her the title “God’s Wife of Amun”. This begun the convention of naming the chief wife of the pharaoh by this title.

The Turkic Mongolian Jews of Shasu kept on plundering from India up to Rome and they caused the Late Bronze Age Great Collapse in 1177 BC and the Sea People crises. Finally, they turned against their Hebrew Israelite allies and displaced them in 530 BC. Finally the Jews and their deity YHWH won over the Hebrew Israelite and replaced their God EL.

Moses was from Yemeni Arab Israelite parents, born and grew up in Abyssinia (ancient Ethiopia), married and had two sons from a Nubian, and died in Yemen. These are certain.

The Jews (Turkic Mongolians) appeared hundreds of years before the Israelite moved to Canaan in 1406 BC. The Campaigns of Ahmose (the great) in north Egypt was against the Jews; and to the south in Kerma (ancient Nubia) was against the Israelite. These happened 90 years before the Exodus and 150 years before going to Canaan and becoming Hebrew.

The old puzzle has been solved perfectly.

Abraham Family Tree

Abraham Family Tree

Abraham Family Tree

The word “Arab” most probable originated in Mesopotamia to describe nomads, West, and/or wandering people. No archeological, linguistic, or any logical evidences were found to prove that Abraham was really born and lived in Mesopotamia.

It is more likely that Abraham and his two sons Ishmael and Isaac were all Arabs and they lived in Yemen. Therefore, the sons of Jacob (Israel), son of Issac, who are the Israelites are Arabs too.

The Ishmaelites, the Israelites, and the Idomite are all branches of Arabs, not just the Ishmaelites only.

Hager’s original name was “Hagr” (means home/country in Ge’ez). She was from Abyssinia, most probably a dark free woman.

Her marriage to Abraham was arranged by an Abyssinian king and could be his daughter. The Abyssinian king admired the faith and character of Abraham and asked him to marry an Abyssinian woman so as to have children and relate to him.

Notice at that time there were no camels or horses (they were not yet brought or domesticated). Single hump camels were brought by Ethiopians from East Africa later.

People in Arabia and Levant only used donkeys if they could afford it, and their movements were very limited and avoid desert. They could not travel too far in short time as the Biblical tales say. Therefore, Abraham entering Egypt on a camel is clearly a false tale.

The geography of the Hebrew Bible describes Yemen, Asir region, Abyssinia, and Western Arabia only. There are no resemblance or evidences of Abraham and Israelite in Mesopotamia or Egypt at all.

Camel Domestication History Challenges Hebrew Bible Narrative

Camel Domestication History Challenges Hebrew Bible Narrative

Camel Domestication History Challenges Hebrew Bible Narrative

Domesticated Camels Came to Israel in 930 B.C. Centuries Later Than Bible Says

[The dromedary, or one-humped camel is mentioned in the Bible 47 times. Stories about the Jewish patriarchs—Abraham, Joseph, and Jacob—include descriptions of camels as domesticated animals. For example, Genesis 24:11 says, “And he made his camels to kneel down without the city by a well of water at the time of the evening, even the time that women go out to draw water.”]

[Newly published research by two archaeologists at Tel Aviv University in Israel shows that camels weren’t domesticated in the eastern Mediterranean until the 10th century B.C.—several centuries after the time they appear in the Bible.

While there are conflicting theories about when the Bible was composed, the recent research suggests it was written much later than the events it describes. This supports earlier studies that have challenged the Bible’s veracity as a historic document.

The biblical angle wasn’t the focus of the recent research, though, just an after-the-fact observation. The study, published late last year in Tel Aviv: Journal of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University, concerned the introduction of domesticated camels at copper smelting sites in Israel’s Aravah Valley.]

Source: Richard Dawkins Foundation 

[The dromedary was probably first domesti­cated in southern Arabia around 3000 B.C.
Of the estimated 17 million camels of the world, 15 million are one-humped, and the vast majority of these (12 million) are found in Africa, especially in the five neighboring East African countries of Somalia (5.4 million), Sudan (2.9 million), Djibouti (0.4 million), Ethiopia (0.9 million) and Kenya (0.5 million). The rest are mainly found in Asia.]



The Historicity of the Hebrew Bible is Questioned

It is becoming quite clearer that the Hebrew Bible lacks historicity. This video supports the hypothesis that all the events occurred within Arabia only.
But fortunately it unintentionally adds more weight to the Abyssinian Refuge hypothesis.

To sum it up, there are three hypotheses:
1. The conventional Egypt hypothesis
2. The Arabia only hypothesis
3. The Abyssinian Refuge hypothesis

With the believe that it really happened, the story of Joseph must also be linked to the stories of Famine, Moses, Plagues, Exodus, and other related stories. It seems more plausible to connect the stories of Joseph and the Israelite refuge and Exodus to Abyssinia (ancient Ethiopia) and to Karamah (ancient Nubia) rather than stopping in refuting their occurrence in Kemt (ancient Egypt).


The Origin of the Middle East Conflicts Simply Explained

Who are the Israelite, Hebrew, Jews, and Palestinians

Who are the Israelite, Hebrew, Jews, and Palestinians

Judaism or Jewishness both are just one political ideology in the forms of religion and nationality respectively. It was created first in 530 BC by Turkic Mongolians who colonized Iran and invented Persia. It is not at all a religion, or an ethnicity, or a nationality.

Zionism is the later form of Judaism. The invention of Zionism began in 1800 AD also by Turkic Mongolians but this time by those who raided and then colonized Eastern Europe, Caucasus, Balkan, Anatolia and Asia Minor since 1700 BC and brought the down fall of Hittite and other civilizations in 1177 BC in Mediterranean regions.

The goal of the earlier Judaism, also called Jewishness, was to invade and colonize Canaan and take it from its Arab Hebrew colonizers without a war, just by a fraudulent Captivity and Return to replace few hundred Israelite by many hundreds of thousands of Turkic Mongolians coming from Babylonia.


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