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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.


Who are the Israelite, Hebrew, Jews, and Palestinians

Who are the Israelite, Hebrew, Jews, and Palestinians

Who are the Israelite, Hebrew, Jews, and Palestinians

Surely, understanding the Israeli-Arab co-called “Conflict” or drama cannot be more easier than with diagram.

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 Arab Israelite “sons of Israel” those who took refuge in Ethiopia for 430 years staring with Patriarch Joseph then into the whole of Africa in 1876 BC. This Semitic group created wide spread Israelite slavery in all parts of Africa. These were Arab Yemeni Tribe.

Second: The ancient Yemeni Arab Israelite “sons of Israel” who renamed themselves to Hebrew. After the Israelite  came back to Yemen from Ethiopia, via the Exodus in 1446 BC,  they moved on to the north and invaded, colonized, and mixed with the Canaanites since 1406 BC. Later on, they were mostly deported to North Africa by the third group since the invention of Jews and Judaism, which created the Ten Lost Tribes. These are the Hebrews who are part from Israelite

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, the former invaders and colonizers of Canaan. These Jews deported most Israelite and Canaanite and brought in exchange the Palestinians from Crete and different Mediterranean regions.

According to the Hebrew Bible, the exact place of Moses’ grave remains unknown, in order to impede idolatry. Moses died in Yemen; he never went any further, that is why no one will ever find his tomb.

In 1881, the French vice consulate in Yemen wrote to the leaders of the Alliance (the Alliance Israelite Universelle) in France, that he read in a book by the Arab historian Abu-Alfada that the Jews of Yemen settled in the area in 1451 BC. (45 years before the Israelites invaded Canaan only in 1406 BC. Wikipedia.

He called them Jews but this is wrong he should have said (Israelite) because the term Jews appeared after 530 BC only.


Hidden Facts about Israelite, Jews, and the Hebrew Language

Hidden Facts about Israelite, Jews, and the Hebrew Language

Hidden Facts about Israelite, Jews, and the Hebrew Language

The Israelites were Arab tribe in Yemen speaking Old Arabic language and they wrote it at some stage in the ancient South Arabian script called “Musnad” till 1460 BC.  The Arabic language of the Israelite changed substantially from the original Arabic language of other Yemenis and Arabs during the 430 years stay of the Israelites in Ethiopia from 1876 BC to 1446 BC.

Whether the Musnad scripts came to Arabia from Africa or the other way around is not yet certainly known. The South Arabian script became extinct immediately after Islam, now it only survives as Ge’ez scripts in Ethiopia and Eritrea. This fact supports the hypothesis that the Musnad scripts originated in Ethiopia.

The Israelite were not called Hebrew (Ebri) before they invaded Canaan in 1400 BC, they were still called by others and by themselves Arbi “Arabs”. Many Israelite after the death of Moses refused to join the invasion of Canaan and preferred to remain in their original homeland of Yemen and Asir (now in Saudi Arabia); and they either continued normal life as it was before the Scriptures or followed the original teachings of Moses which was not yet called Judaism.

Only after the majority of Arab Israelite colonized Canaan and intermarried with Canaanite and other tribes they called themselves Ebri (Hebrew) and they were using their Arabic language but with scripts derived from Phoenician scripts. Marriage from non-Israelite tribes was still allowed till the Turkic Jews came and cancelled them with newly inserted codes in 530 BC to allow them to become Israelite and multiply.

The oldest found Hebrew inscriptions date to 1000 BC only. The Paleo-Hebrew alphabet is only a variant of the Phoenician alphabet. The Arabic language of Israelite in Canaan continued to borrow heavily from the Canaanites and Phoenician. After sometime they called the new hybrid language Ancient Hebrew language, and its scripts continued to develop even further with the later Turkic Persian influence and beyond 530 BC.

The extinction of the Ancient South Arabian script “Musnad” in 660 AD was deliberate act from Turkic Jews who controlled the remaining Hebrew Israelite minority. They influenced the Arabs to write the Holy Quran in a newly developed script borrowed from Nabataean language from North Arabia, and the Arabs ignored the ancient and well developed and widely used script of South Arabian “Musnad”.

The History of the origins and developments of the Hebrew language is another well-kept secret and shrouded with myths. Sure this history can reveal the secrets of the Israelites, Jews, and Hebrew Bible.


The Scythian Israelites: Aryans in Africa and Abroad

The Scythian Israelites: Aryans in Africa and Abroad

Source: The Scythian Israelites: Aryans in Africa and Abroad

It very interesting and useful to see how history can be reconstructed, interpreted, and displayed to support ideology.

Actually this article can help to confirm between Jews and Turkic groups, while bringing attention on the hidden and forgotten history of Scythia in forming the Turkic Mongolian Jewish expansions and the disappearance of Hebrew Israelite, particularly the Ten Lost Tribes.

As the article states: “Hiding the name and history of the Israelites behind the name of the Scythians, among many other names, has made it difficult to connect the dots between biblical records and modern history”

The East African Israelites of Zanjiland

Source: The East African Israelites of Zanjiland

Great to find this article and it must be read along with my article “The History of Israel and Judaism Debunked” to know the difference between old stories and new discoveries.

Just compare the logic and findings of these two opposing hypothesis.

Aria Nasi Research

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East African region Let’s talk about the Israelite presence in East Africa. Many people are becoming more aware of the presence of Israelites in West African regions and their connection to the Trans-Atlantic slave trade (Deuteronomy 28:15-68), but what about East Africa? We will find that the history of Israelites in East Africa is just as rich as that of their West African relatives. As we review the history of the presence of Israelites in East Africa, we will discover that many Israelites entered into East African regions long before the Roman Conquest of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Multiple waves of Israelite migrations into foreign lands and their vast populations have caused many to misidentify these Israelites as Hamitic. In this particular article we will attempt to provide some history on a few different Israelite migrations into East Africa as well as some information on both how and when they arrived. We will…

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