reply to post by meggiddo2012
Honestly you are so misinformed on this subject.
I try and explain this as short as i can, as I've said this quite a few times over the years to the uneducated on this subject matter.
Dahia al Kahina was a dark skinned female leader of the Jerawa tribe of Berbers in the Aures Mountains Mauritania.
She was a warrior-queen who, in AD 696, united a number of Berber tribes and pushed back the Muslim army that had swept across North Africa.
Al Kahina was the daughter of a Berber tribe that had converted to Judaism around the 6th century AD, in other words, this queen's tribe and other
local tribes that converted to Judaism are the main sources from which Spanish Jewry sprang.
North African Jews for the most part were descendants of pagans who converted to Judaism, the bulk of the Jews of North Africa originated in the
indigenous tribes that converted to Judaism and became Jewish and not in communities exiled from Judaea.
Many of the present day Sephardic Jews from North Africa carry Berber surnames is testament to this fact.
The Turkic peoples who became the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe, these were refugees from the decaying Kingdom of the Khazars that converted in the
eighth century AD.
In other words, the vast majority of East European Jews were Khazars that converted to Judaism and became Jewish and not communities exiled from
Judaea who had "wandered" into the area.
So in reality the real Jews exiled were black/darked skinned, the White Jews was never exiled from Judaea or ever stepped foot in the land.
Before you come on here and start the usual defensive talk of calling people anti-semites for bring facts to the table, go do some real research on
the subject, and not just modern Pro Zionist interpretations of history.
As some of us here are well versed on this subject.
Yitzhak Ben-Zvi (1884-1963) the second president of the Zionist State of Israel, writing in 1929:
"… the vast majority of the peasant farmers [the Palestinians] do not have their origins in the Arab conquerors, but rather, before then, in the
Jewish farmers [the Judaeans] who were numerous and a majority in the building of the land."
Ben-Zvi quite clearly admits to the truth in that quote by him back in 1929 that the Palestinians were the ancient possessors of Palestine and their
ancestors were most probably the Judaeans who had caused the romans so much trouble, and Ben-Zvi should know since he was a major player in the
systematic ethnic cleansing of Palestine of its indigenous people ordered by Zionist leaders to clear the way for the Zionist Jewish State.
Some of you have to remember the Zionist historiographers are very well funded.