a reply to: MrBlaq
Black Hebrews existed and continue to exist, but along side them are brownish Jews or Hebrews from places like India and yellowish ones from China,
the point is , no matter who the so-called originals were, the fact is they are multi hued today and looked like their neighbors whether in Africa the
so-called middle East, Europe, east and south east Asia, just like Muslims, and Christians , and for a lot of reasons.
African Americans and I will include all of the Americas are of multiple African and non African ancestries , it is the rare find that one can trace
an AA who have a pure bloodline going back to anyone spot, however I'll not dismiss the idea that some AAs may in fact be related to African Jews,
such were present in medieval Mali and was persecuted by Askia Mohammed a Muslim, that some did ended up on slave ships bound for the so-called new
world is a given, but so did Muslims and Christian Africans the vast majority in any case would follow any number of traditional non Abrahamic
To the person who said Christianity was forced on Africans by the sword, that's not entirely true, it certainly wasn't true for the early Christian
Early Christian kingdoms and one Empire, that of mighty Axum who successfully challenged mighty Persia.
Medieval Kongo , a place now known as a heart of darkness, was once a thriving civilization whose kings and court made Christianity the state
religion, they exchanged embassies with the Vatican, Portugal and Spain, many of their nobles sent their sons to European capitols to become knights.
yet centuries later many Christian Angolans would end up as slaves even in the U.S one of the largest rebellions were started by one such Angolan
Christian. which ended in Florida becoming a state.
edit on 29-5-2017 by Spider879 because: Because I be A Gwad!