reply to post by Trauma
The term Semite means a member of any of various ancient and modern people originating in southwestern Asia, including Akkadians, Canaanites,
Phoenicians, Hebrews, Arabs, and Ethiopian Semites.
Oh dear! Even Wiki is distorting facts to attend to the needs of zionism.
There is no such thing as an Ethiopian Semite. Ethiopians are predominately Hamites including the Falasha Jews transported to Israel in the 1990s as a
publicity stunt. What the first thing the Israelis did? They conducted conversions because they did not even recognise their Jewishness.
In 1985, Rabbi David Bleich published a rather mean-spirited responsum in which he argues that the Falashas are not to be considered Jewish, and must
undergo conversion after an appropriate period of instruction.
FALASHAS (i.e. exiles; Ethiopic falas, a stranger) , "jews of Abyssinia of hamitic stock, a kin to Galla, Somali and Beja, though they profess a
Furthermore, the Wiki definitions refers to tribal designations of an ancient period of history that no longer exists. It is like me refering to the
French as Gauls, the Scots as Picts and the Italians as Lumbards.
These kinds of convoluted and redundant terminologies only serves to propagate zionist mythology and deliberately clouds reality and the the
inconvenient presence of Semitic Palestinians.
There are Chinese Jews;
Are these gentle looking folk more Semite than the Palestinians? The fact is that all the Akkadians, Canaanites, Phoenicians, Hebrews are the
ancestors of the Palestinians and a large portion of the Arabs. The Palestinians are the descendants of these ancients.
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