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Jews

The Modern White People who call themselves Jews:
Who they are, where they came from, and when.

 

 

First - there is absolutely no real confusion or ambiguity about the race of the ancient Hebrews. That which does exist is the result of Albino lies and misinformation. These statements can be made without fear of being disproved because they are made based on many, many Assyrian and other artifacts depicting Hebrews as Black people such as the following, which are housed in the British Museum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To support the artifacts, there are written descriptions of the Black Hebrews.

 

 

The Roman historian Cornelius Tacitus (56-118 A.D.) had these thoughts on the origins and customs of the Hebrews, as the Romans prepared to destroy Jerusalem.


This is in the context of Titus Caesar, who had been selected by his father to complete the subjugation of Judea.

Tacitus: History Book 5


2. Quote: As I am about to relate the last days of a famous city, it seems appropriate to throw some light on its origin. Some say that the Jews were fugitives from the island of Crete, who settled on the nearest coast of Africa about the time when Saturn was driven from his throne by the power of Jupiter. Evidence of this is sought in the name. There is a famous mountain in Crete called Ida; the neighbouring tribe, the Idaei, came to be called Judaei by a barbarous lengthening of the national name. Others assert that in the reign of Isis the overflowing population of Egypt, led by Hierosolymus and Judas, discharged itself into the neighbouring countries. Many, again, say that they were a race of Ethiopian origin, who in the time of king Cepheus were driven by fear and hatred of their neighbours to seek a new dwelling-place. Others describe them as an Assyrian horde who, not having sufficient territory, took possession of part of Egypt, and founded cities of their own in what is called the Hebrew country, lying on the borders of Syria. Others, again, assign a very distinguished origin to the Jews, alleging that they were the Solymi, a nation celebrated in the poems of Homer, who called the city which they founded Hierosolyma after their own name. (The Solymi were supposedly a tribe from Pisidia, a region of ancient Anatolia/Asia Minor/Byzantium/Eastern Roman Empire/Turkey).

 

Note that by Tacitus recollections of possibilities - ALL OF THE CIVILIZATIONS WERE COMPRISED OF BLACK PEOPLE!

Proving that Whites/Albinos, as a race, only existed in Asia.

 

 

Although Albinos and Albino media strive to confuse Jew with Hebrew, Israelite, or Judaean, the word, like the people who claim it is false: no Hebrew ever called another Hebrew “Jew” or was called Jew by another. According to Wikipedia the term “Jew” derives from the following.


Wiki quote: The English word "Jew" continues Middle English Gyw, Iewe. These terms derive from Old French giu, earlier juieu, which through elision had dropped the letter "d" from the Medieval Latin Iudaeus, which, like the New Testament Greek term Ioudaios, meant both "Jew" and "Judean" / "of Judea". The Greek term was a loan from Aramaic Y'hūdāi, corresponding to Hebrew Yehudi, originally the term for a member of the tribe of Judah or the people of the kingdom of Judah. According to the Hebrew Bible, the name of both the tribe and kingdom derive from Judah, the fourth son of Jacob. Genesis 29:35 and 49:8 connect the name "Judah" with the verb yada, meaning "praise", but scholars generally agree that the name of both the patriarch and the kingdom instead have a geographic origin—possibly referring to the gorges and ravines of the region. But before discussing the people who call themselves “Jews”, let us first discuss the Black people who they try to mimic.

 

THE HEBREWS

Firstly - even though the times the Bible speaks of seem in the very distant past, the time of the Christian Jesus (year "0" A.D.) is actually the beginning of what we consider MODERN TIMES. That understanding is important in understanding who the Hebrews were, where they came from, and the "Normal" nature of their time and place.

[A Biblical reference here]: It would be after the fall of the Amorite dynasty of Hammurabi, that (Terah or Thare) - Abraham’s father - and his family, would leave {Ur of the Chaldees}, and journey to Harran in Aram. The Amorites who had settled in Sumer, may have now found themselves unwelcome after the fall of the Amorite kings. This sets in motion the reverse migration that will take them to Aram, Canaan, Egypt, and then back to Canaan, culminating in the creation of the Hebrew state.

Genesis 11:31

"And Terah took Abram his son, and Lot the son of Haran his son's son, and Sarai his daughter in law, his son Abram's wife; and they went forth with them from Ur of the Chaldees, to go into the land of Canaan; and they came unto Harran, and dwelt there".

Note: B.C. means "Before Christ". In recent years, perhaps to be more secular, many have gone to B.C.E. meaning "Before Current Era". A.D. means the Latin phrase: Anno Domini, which means “In the year of the Lord” = the year Jesus was born.

 

As best as historians can piece it together, the Hebrews were initially bandits from southern Anatolia (now called Turkey) who gradually returned south to prey on the advanced civilizations in the Middle East (Canaan and Mesopotamia). There is detailed histories of all of these places and civilizations in other sections of Realhistoryww.com

 

Anatolia

Background: Anatolia was the chief pathway for “modern man” Africans to reach Europe after the end of the last Ice Age (the other entryway was the “Strait of Gibraltar”. Please Note The scientific Study: "Cranial Discrete Traits in a Byzantine Population and Eastern Mediterranean Population Movements," Ricaut, F. X. and Waelkens, M (2008). Human Biology: Vol. 80: Iss. 5, Article 5. {Byzantine speaks to Byzantium/The Eastern Roman Empire/Anatolia/Asia Minor = modern Turkey}. See quote below.

 

Quote: We know from archeological data that in the upper Paleolithic period Anatolia was settled by populations with Aurignacian culture (Kuhn 2002). Recent genetic studies (Cinnioglu et al. 2004; Olivieri et al. 2006) based on the analysis of mtDNA (haplogroup M1 and U6) and the Y chromosome (R1b3-M269 lineage) suggest, in agreement with paleoenvironmental evidence (van Andel and Tzedakis 1996), that around 40,000–45,000 years ago, populations with Aurignacian culture may have spread by migration from the Levant and southwest Asia to Anatolia and further into Europe (Bar-Yosef 2002). With the exception of these scarce molecular data, almost nothing is known about the biological features of these early Paleolithic Anatolian foragers. Nevertheless, considering the important demographic processes and biological changes undergone by human populations as a result of later and major events (e.g., the Neolithic transition), we believe that the causes of the observed affinity patterns have to be determined from these later periods.

Quote: From the Mesolithic to the early Neolithic period different lines of evidence support an out-of-Africa Mesolithic migration to the Levant by northeastern African groups that had biological affinities with sub-Saharan populations.

 

By 11,500 B.C. Anatolian Africans had built pillared roofed buildings in places like Gobekli Tepe. But it appears that by circa 3,000 B.C. the civilizations in the south were richer and ripe for plunder.

 

 

 

 

The Amorites/Hebrews

Sumerian and Akkadian inscriptions of the latter part of the 3rd millennium B.C, refer to a people called (MAR.TU-Sumerian) or (Amurru-Akkadian), later called Amorite. These seem to have been a nomadic desert people, who moved systematically in from the west. Their homeland was northwest of Sumer in the area stretching from the west bank of the Euphrates River on westward along the northern fringe of the Syrian Desert. The Sumerians called this land "Tidnum". From the early part of the second millennium B.C. onward, these people became more aggressive. These Amorites were already well known to the Sumerians. They described them as, "people who know not grain and do not live in houses". These Amorite people, will come to have a great impact in Mesopotamia, and in Egypt - where they will become known as Habiru or Hebrew!

Meanwhile in Canaan: By the Middle Bronze Age (2000–1550 B.C.), Amorites who were originally nomads from the desert regions to the east, and southern Anatolia (modern Turkey), had penetrated Canaan and were inhabiting the hilly areas around the cities. From these hills, they launched raids and harassment attacks against the cities.

Eventually these Amorite bandits in the Hills of Canaan, and those in Egypt called Habiru/Hebrews, who were expelled from Egypt, (see the story of the “Exodus”), were able to join forces and overcome the native Canaanite's, thereby creating the kingdom of Israel, circa 1020 B.C, Which was a combination of the territories of the Benjamin tribe and the Judah tribe. Through his superior military and administrative abilities, and political acumen, King David was able to established unified rule over all of Israel: the Benjamin tribe and the Judah tribe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meanwhile - Amorites that were not part of Israel, seem to have formed a federated state called Aram/Arum, centered in north central Syria - these people came to be known as Aramaeans, Damascus and Edom were cities of Aram.

 

 

 

 

After King Solomon's death, the northern part of Israel split off to become a separate kingdom. The united monarchy thus became the divided monarchy of Israel, with Israel (the northern kingdom) and Judah (the southern kingdom).

In about 721 B.C, after an abortive revolt against Assyrian rule by King Hoshea. What was left of the Hebrew state of Israel, was annexed outright by Assyria, and thus became an Assyrian province. As was the custom of Assyria, Israel's elite citizens, amounting to nearly 30,000 people according to Assyrian figures, were deported to Mesopotamia and Media (Iran), and new settlers were imported from other lands. Thus, the northern kingdom of Israel ceased to exist.

In order to protect themselves, Egyptians intrigued in Canaan, whose native states were repeatedly induced to join anti-Babylonian coalitions. All of which collapsed of themselves, or were crushed by the Chaldean armies. Jerusalem was twice besieged in 597 and again in 589 B.C. Finally in about 587/586 B.C, it was stormed and destroyed. The prophet Jeremiah, who had foreseen this tragic end, and who had repeatedly warned his people against their suicidal policy, died in Egypt. Judah was devastated and almost depopulated, with most of it's people sent off to Mesopotamia.

 

 

 



Persian King Cyrus II (Cyrus the Great)

This all changed with the victory and ascension of the Persian King Cyrus II (Cyrus the Great). After Cyrus had taken Babylon, he ordered that all the captives there be freed, and returned to their homelands, this was to be financed by Cyrus! He ordered the Hebrews restored to Jerusalem, and bade them to rebuild their temple. This period of peace lasted for almost three hundred years, but then the Persian Empire was destroyed by the armies of Alexander of Macedon.

After Alexander the Great's conquest of Persia, Judah first came under the rule of the Ptolemy's (Greek kings of Egypt), and later under that of the Seleucids, (Greek kings of Mesopotamia). Opposition to the Seleucid attempts to suppress the Hebrew ancestral faith led to the rise of a family of Hebrew leaders known as the Maccabees. They gradually drove the Seleucids from the country, and set up a revived kingdom of Judaea. Family disputes however, led to Roman intervention in 63 B.C.

Roman Rule

Now under Roman control, Herod the Great was made king of Judaea in 37 B.C, and later of all Canaan (20-4 B.C.). After Herod's death, the country was ruled alternately by Herod's direct descendants and by Roman procurators. As the result of a Hebrew revolt that broke out in 66 A.D, the city of Jerusalem was destroyed by Romans in 70 A.D. The city was destroyed by Titus Flavius Vespasianus ( 39 – 81 A.D.), commonly known as Titus, he was Roman Emperor from 79 to 81. A member of the Flavian dynasty, Titus succeeded his father Vespasian upon his death.


Because the Hebrew kingdom of Israel was destroyed by the Chaldean armies in 587/586 B.C. And the conquest and occupation of the surviving kingdom of Judah, by the Romans in the early 600s A.D. By the time the Arabs arrived and began their occupation in 641 A.D, Hebrew identity as a distinct people was all but lost. The constant and long wars, plus the forced migrations, left Hebrews scattered across the region.

As a quirk of fate: From early on, after Black Arabs were introduced to Albino Turks sometime in the early centuries of the modern era, the Arabs showed a distinct liking for Albino Turk Women. We do not know exactly when the two groups came to know each other, but Turkish Slave Soldiers (Mamluks) were an ever present presence in Arab Armies, and Albino Turkish Women; according to Orientalist paintings, were the mainstays of Arab harems.

 

 

 

 

This of course explains the very high incidence

of Mulattoes in North Africa and the Middle East.

 

 

 

 

 

The Turks

 

Clearly the Turks had more on their minds than being Slave Soldiers for Black Arabs,

and having Black Arabs sexing their Women.

 

The Turks were the last of Asia's Albinos to be chased out of Asia by the Mongols, but the impact of their Empires and politics has been great and enduring. Over the centuries they gradually took over greater parts of the Arab World, until they had all of it, and had made the Arabs their Vassals and irrelevant. Even today, those non-Black people calling themselves "ARABS" are really Turks who migrated to the far reaches of the Turkic Ottoman Empire in search of better prospects. After the breakup of the Empire, these Turks became the inheritors of power, continuing the disenfranchisement of local Blacks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mamluks in Egypt

The Tulunid dynasty: It was during the rule of Abbasid caliph Harun ar-Rashid (ruled 786-809), that the caliphs began assigning Egypt to Turks rather than to Arabs. The first Turkish dynasty was that of Ibn Tulun who entered Egypt in 868.

The Mamluk dynasty: In 1250 A.D. The Mamluks rebelled against the Arabs and established their own dynasty in Egypt.

 

 

The Ottoman Empire

 

In Persia the family of Turkic Oguz tribes known as Seljuqs created an empire that by the late 11th century stretched from the Amu Darya south to the Persian Gulf and from the Indus River west to the Mediterranean Sea. In 1071 the Seljuq sultan Alp-Arslan defeated the Byzantine Empire at the Battle of Manzikert and thereby opened the way for several million Oguz tribesmen to settle in Anatolia. These Turks came to form the bulk of the population there, and one Oguz tribal chief, Osman, founded the Ottoman dynasty (early 14th century) that would subsequently extend Turkish power throughout the eastern Mediterranean. The Oguz are the primary ancestors of the Turks of present-day Turkey. The Uighur were driven out of Mongolia and settled in the 9th century in what is now the Xinjiang region of northwestern China. Some Uighur moved westward into what is now Uzbekistan, where they forsook nomadic pastoralism for a sedentary lifestyle. These people became known as Uzbek, named for a ruler of a local Mongol dynasty of that name.

 

 

 

 

The University of Calgary has an online tutorial on the history of the Turks.

The links below will connect you to those online classes.

 

 

The End of Europe's Middle Ages - Origins of the Ottoman Empire

Click here to visit this page at Calgary University

 


The End of Europe's Middle Ages – The Ottoman Turks

Click here to visit this page at Calgary University

 

 

The End of the Ottoman Empire


The Ottoman Empire was a religious Empire. The 19th century saw the rise of nationalism under the Ottoman Empire which resulted in the establishment of an independent Greece in 1821, Serbia in 1835, and Bulgaria in 1877-8. Many of the local Muslims in these countries died during the conflicts and massacres while others fled. Unlike the European nations, the Ottoman Empire made no attempt to integrate conquered peoples through cultural assimilation. The Porte had no official policy of converting the non-Muslims of the Balkans or Anatolia into Islam. Instead, Ottoman policy was to rule through the millet system: In the Ottoman Empire, a millet was an independent court of law pertaining to "personal law" under which a confessional community (a group abiding by the laws of Muslim Sharia, Christian Canon law, or Jewish Halakha) was allowed to rule itself under its own laws.

 

World War - I


The Ottoman Army met with disastrous defeat in the Italo-Turkish War (1911–12) and the Balkan Wars (1912–13), resulting in the Ottomans being driven out of North Africa and nearly out of Europe. Continuous unrest was caused by the Ottoman counter-coup of 1909, which preceded the 31 March Incident (Restoration, 1909) and 1912 Ottoman coup d'état (Saviours) and the 1913 Ottoman coup d'état in the Empire up to World War I. The Ottoman entry into World War I in the Middle Eastern theatre ended with the partition of the Ottoman Empire's remaining territories under the terms of the Treaty of Sèvres. This treaty, as designed in the conference of London, gave nominal land and permitted the title Ottoman Caliphate (compared with the Vatican; a sacerdotal-monarchical state ruled by the Catholic Pope), not to be a further threat but just powerful enough to protect Britain from the Khilafat Movement.


Treaty of Sèvres, (Aug. 10, 1920), was the post-World War I pact between the victorious Allied powers and representatives of the government of Ottoman Turkey. The Allies included Britain, France, Russia, Italy and the United States. These countries fought against the Central Powers which included Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria. The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary by a Serb on June 28, 1914, started the War. The treaty abolished the Ottoman Empire and obliged Turkey to renounce all rights over Arab Asia and North Africa.

 

Here again we see example of "Concerted" Albino lie and misinformation, even from Albinos who just finished slaughtering each other. There was of course "NO" Arab Asia (except the Arabian Peninsula itself), or Arab North Africa. As is easily discerned by their skin color: except for the native Black Africans and Black Middle-Easterners; these lands were now populated by Turks and Turk mulattoes. Because these lands had been lost to the "Real" Black Arabs since the Arab caliph al-Qa'im was removed by the Turkic Seljug chieftain Toghril Beg in 1055. That act formerly ended Arab rule, and ushered in the rule of Turks over Islamic lands. The Arab caliph peacefully enthroned Toghril Beg, and as would be expected from "Real" Arabs of the time: he married a Seljuq princess and faded away into history.

 

 

The occupation of Constantinople (Istanbul) along with the occupation of Smyrna (Izmir) mobilized the Turkish national movement which ultimately won the Turkish War of Independence. The formal abolition of the Ottoman Sultanate was performed by Grand National Assembly of Turkey on 1 November 1922. The sultanate was abolished on 1 November 1922 and the Republic of Turkey was established on 29 October 1923. The Sultan was declared persona non-grata from the lands that the Ottoman Dynasty ruled since 1299.

 

Khazar Background:

Like other White Europeans, White Jews are of course Asian Albinos who were chased into the West by Mongols. The first Albinos (of unknown tribe) arrived in Europe circa 1,200 B.C. Their presence precipitated the European “Dark Ages” because of their disruption of the Black Greek and Etrurian civilizations. More of them came at the beginning of the Modern era, when the Mongols chased ALL remaining non-Mongol Albinos (Whites) out of Asia: except those in present-day Xinjiang, China.


These Asian Albino tribes are known today as the Germanic's, who settled in Western Europe. The Slavs who settled in Eastern Europe, and the Turks who were chased into Western Asia and Asia Minor, eventually taking and renaming Anatolia as their namesake “Turkey”.

Like the Germanics and Slavs, the Turks had many “sub-tribes”: The historical list includes: The Dingling, Bulgars, Alat, Basmyl, Onogurs, Saragurs, Sabirs, Shatuo, Chuban, Göktürks, Oghuz Turks, Kankalis, Khazars, Khaljis, Kipchaks, Kumans, Karluks, Tiele, Turgesh, Yenisei Kirghiz. The origins of the Huns, Tuoba, and Xiongnu are unknown but may be of Turkic ancestry.

 

Of interest to us here now is one of those Turkic tribes called the Khazars.

 

The Khazars:

Written By: The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica

Khazar, a member of a confederation of Turkic-speaking tribes that in the late 6th century A.D. established a major commercial empire covering the southeastern section of modern European Russia. Although the origin of the term Khazar and the early history of the Khazar people are obscure, it is fairly certain that the Khazars were originally located in the northern Caucasus region and were part of the western Turkic empire (in Turkistan). The Khazars were in contact with the Persians in the mid-6th century A.D., and they aided the Byzantine emperor Heraclius (reigned 610–641) in his campaign against the Persians.

By the beginning of the 7th century, the Khazars had become independent of the Turkic empire to the east. But by the middle of that century, the expanding empire of the Arabs had penetrated as far northward as the northern Caucasus, and from then on until the mid-8th century the Khazars engaged in a series of wars with the Arab empire. The Arabs initially forced the Khazars to abandon Derbent (661), but around 685 the Khazars counterattacked, penetrating southward of the Caucasus into present-day Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. The Khazars and Arabs fought each other directly in Armenia in the 720s, and, though victory passed repeatedly from one side to the other, Arab counterattacks eventually compelled the Khazars to permanently withdraw north of the Caucasus. The Khazars’ initial victories were important, though, since they had the effect of permanently blocking Arab expansion northward into eastern Europe. Having been compelled to shift the centre of their empire northward, the Khazars after 737 established their capital at Itil (located near the mouth of the Volga River) and accepted the Caucasus Mountains as their southern boundary.

 

 

 

 

During the same period, however, they expanded westward. By the second half of the 8th century, their empire had reached the peak of its power—it extended along the northern shore of the Black Sea from the lower Volga and the Caspian Sea in the east to the Dnieper River in the west. The Khazars controlled and exacted tribute from the Alani and other northern Caucasian peoples (dwelling between the mountains and the Kuban River); from the Magyars (Hungarians) inhabiting the area around the Donets River; from the Goths; and from the Greek colonies on the Crimean Peninsula. The Volga Bulgars and numerous Slavic tribes also recognized the Khazars as their overlords.

Although basically Turkic, the Khazar state bore little resemblance to the other Turkic empires of central Eurasia. It was headed by a secluded supreme ruler of semi-religious character called a khagan—who wielded little real power—and by tribal chieftains, each known as a beg. The state’s military organization also seems to have lacked the forcefulness of those of the greater Turkic-Mongol empires. The Khazars seem to have been more inclined to a sedentary way of life, building towns and fortresses, tilling the soil, and planting gardens and vineyards. Trade and the collection of tribute were major sources of income. But the most striking characteristic of the Khazars was the apparent adoption of Judaism by the khagan and the greater part of the ruling class in about 740. The circumstances of the conversion remain obscure, the depth of their adoption of Judaism difficult to assess; but the fact itself is undisputed and unparalleled in central Eurasian history. A few scholars have even asserted that the Judaized Khazars were the remote ancestors of many eastern European and Russian Jews. Whatever the case may be, religious tolerance was practiced in the Khazar empire, and paganism continued to flourish among the population.

The prominence and influence of the Khazar state was reflected in its close relations with the Byzantine emperors: Justinian II (704) and Constantine V (732) each had a Khazar wife. The main source of revenue for the empire stemmed from commerce and particularly from Khazar control of the east-west trade route that linked the Far East with Byzantium and the north-south route linking the Arab empire with northern Slavic lands. Income that was derived from duties on goods passing through Khazar territory, in addition to tribute paid by subordinate tribes, maintained the wealth and the strength of the empire throughout the 9th century. But by the 10th century the empire, faced with the growing might of the Pechenegs to their north and west and of the Russians around Kiev, suffered a decline. When Svyatoslav, the ruler of Kiev, launched a campaign against the Khazars (965), Khazar power was crushed. Although the Khazars continued to be mentioned in historical documents as late as the 12th century, by 1030 their political role in the lands north of the Black Sea had greatly diminished. Despite the relatively high level of Khazar civilization and the wealth of data about the Khazars that is preserved in Byzantine and Arab sources, not a single line of the Khazar language has survived.

 

 

 

 

After the destruction of their new kingdom in the West called Khazaria, the Turkic Khazars immersed themselves in their new religion of Judaism and their new identity as Jews. Thereby facilitating trade and commerce with both the Catholics/Christians and Islamist's/Muslims who because of War, refused to trade with each other. This also allowed them to maintain themselves as a distinct people, as they scattered across Europe in search of commerce.

 

 

 

 

This is a trick other Turks - like the Oghuz Turks - also picked up. Today those Oghuz Turks outside of Turkey claim to be “Arabs”, and like the Khazars, they initially took control of the religion (Islam) which they adopted. {During the life of the Turkic “Ottoman Empire” (1299 - 1922), Islam was called the Turkish religion, not the “Arab” religion}.

 

 

According to Rabbi Rachel M. Solomin, “Today” there are four types of Jews.
Sephardic - Ashkenazic - Mizrahi - and Ethiopian Jews

 

Remembering that Jews are not Hebrews, and there were no White Hebrews.

The name Sephardi means "Spanish" or "Hispanic", derived from Sepharad. The location of the biblical Sepharad is disputed, but Sepharad was identified by later Jews as Hispania, that is, the Iberian Peninsula. Sefarád still means "Spain" in modern Hebrew.
In the narrower ethnic definition, a Sephardi Jew is a Jew descended from the Jews who lived in the Iberian Peninsula in the late 15th century, immediately prior to the issuance of the Alhambra Decree of 1492 by order of the Catholic Monarchs in Spain, and the decree of 1496 in Portugal by order of King Manuel I.

Ashkenazim are a Jewish diaspora population who coalesced in the Holy Roman Empire around the end of the first millennium. The traditional diaspora language of Ashkenazi Jews is Yiddish (a Germanic language with elements of Hebrew, Aramaic and Slavic languages), developed after they had moved into northern Europe: beginning with Germany and France in the Middle Ages. For centuries they used Hebrew only as a sacred language, until the revival of Hebrew as a common language in Israel. Also, the term "Ashkenazi" refers to Jewish settlers who established communities along the Rhine river in Western Germany and in Northern France dating to the Middle Ages.

Mizrahi Jews, Mizrahim "Communities of the East"; Mizrahi Hebrew: Bene HaMizrah ("Sons of the East"), or Oriental Jews, is a term transferred to the descendants of the Jewish communities that had existed in the Middle East and North Africa from biblical times into the modern era. Originally, the term "Mizrahi" was the Hebrew translation of Eastern European Jews' German name: "Ostjuden, as seen in The Mizrahi Movement and in HaPoel HaMizrahi; in the 1950s the Jews who came from the communities listed above were simply called and known as: "Jews" ("Yahud" in arabic) and in order to distinguish them in the Jewish sub-ethnicities, the Israeli officials had transferred the name to them, even though most of them arrived from lands located Westwards than even Central Europe - which was not to these Oriental Jews' likings. Many scholars claim that the transferring of the name "Mizrahim" and "Orientalism" towards the Oriental Jews was the same derogatory act that the Westjuden had done to the Ostjuden.

Ethiopian Jews
Not to be confused with Bene Israel, Jews from India.
Beta Israel "House of Israel" or "Community of Israel", also known as Ethiopian Jews , they are a Jewish community that developed and lived for centuries in the area of the Kingdom of Aksum and the Ethiopian Empire, which is currently divided between the Amhara and Tigray Regions of Ethiopia and Eritrea. Most of the community emigrated to Israel in the late 20th century.

The Beta Israel lived in northern and northwestern Ethiopia, in more than 500 small villages spread over a wide territory, alongside populations that were Muslim and predominantly Christian. Most of them were concentrated mainly on what are today, North Gondar Zone, Shire Inda Selassie, Wolqayit, Tselemti, Dembia, Segelt, Quara, and Belesa. They practiced Haymanot religious practices, which are generally recognized as an Israelite religion that differs from Rabbinic Judaism. Beta Israel appear to have been isolated from mainstream Jewish communities for at least a millennium. They suffered religious persecution and significant portion of the community were forced into Christianity during the 19th and 20th centuries; those converted became known as the Falash Mura. The larger Beta Abraham Christian community with pseudo-Israelite practices is also considered having historical links to Beta Israel. {Rabbi Rachel Miller Solomin is an educator living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She was ordained from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies of the University of Judaism (now American Jewish University) in 2001}.

 

According to the “United States Holocaust Memorial Museum” in Washington D.C.
Holocaust Encyclopedia.

The Jewish Population of Europe in 1933 by Country.

 

Quote: Before the Nazis seized power in 1933, Europe had a richly diverse set of Jewish cultures. Many of these cultures were dynamic and highly developed. They drew from hundreds and, in some areas, a thousand or more years of Jewish life on the continent.

In 1933, approximately 9.5 million Jews lived in Europe, comprising 1.7% of the total European population. This number represented more than 60 percent of the world's Jewish population at that time, estimated at 15.3 million.
Eastern Europe

The majority of Jews in prewar Europe resided in eastern Europe. The largest Jewish communities in this area were in Poland, with about 3,000,000 Jews (9.5%); the European part of the Soviet Union, with 2,525,000 (3.4%); and Romania, with 756,000 (4.2%). The Jewish population in the three Baltic states totaled 255,000: 95,600 in Latvia, 155,000 in Lithuania, and 4,560 in Estonia. Here, Jews comprised 4.9%, 7.6%, and 0.4% of each country's population, respectively, and 5% of the region's total population.

Central Europe

In prewar central Europe, the largest Jewish community was in Germany, with about 525,000 members (0.75% of the total German population). This was followed by Hungary with 445,000 (5.1%), Czechoslovakia with 357,000 (2.4%), and Austria with 191,000, most of whom resided in the capital city of Vienna (2.8%).

Western Europe

In western Europe the largest Jewish communities were in Great Britain, with 300,000 Jews (0.65%); France, with 250,000 (0.6%); and the Netherlands, with 156,000 (1.8%). Additionally, 60,000 Jews (0.7%) lived in Belgium, 4,000 (0.02%) in Spain, and 1,200 (0.02%) in Portugal. Close to 16,000 Jews lived in Scandinavia, including 6,700 (0.11%) in Sweden, 5,700 (0.15%) in Denmark, 1,800 (0.05%) in Finland, and 1,400 (0.05%) in Norway.

Southern Europe

In southern Europe, Greece had the largest Jewish population, with about 73,000 Jews (1.2%). There were also significant Jewish communities in Yugoslavia (68,000, or 0.49%), Italy (48,000, or 0.11%), and Bulgaria (48,500, or 0.8%). 200 Jews (0.02%) lived in Albania.

Jewish Communities before the Nazi Seizure of Power: Before the Nazis seized power in 1933, Europe had a richly diverse set of Jewish cultures. Many of these cultures were dynamic and highly developed. They drew from hundreds and, in some areas, a thousand or more years of Jewish life on the continent. The diverse nature of individual Jewish communities in occupations, religious practices, involvement and integration in regional and national life, and other areas made for fruitful and varied Jewish life across Europe. In many countries, Jews stood as cultural and political luminaries, and had marched alongside non-Jews in World War I.

 

 

 

 

 

Jews - Turks - Blacks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You would never know it by Albinos and their media sources:

who want to lie you into believing the nonsense of White Hebrews....BUT

 

Hebrews are still in Israel

These are from the Negev desert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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