Ancient Ghana was Founded By Jews-Jewish Migrants in West Africa Must have Arrived From Cyrenaica After 117 A.D. Which is Supported By a Mauritanian Moor

Source: Negroland Revisited: Discovery and Invention of the Sudanese Middle Age (Academia Scientiarum Fennica) 2000 A.D.

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This source touches upon a few points we have mentioned on this website.

I believe this source is a perfect example of just how disjointed African historiography is.

In my opinion, a lot of confusion stems from people not being able to wrap their heads around the fact that there were black Israelites and black Syrians as we have provided evidence to support on this website. This matters because people can’t understand that groups like the Soninke who claim Middle Eastern origins have most likely been black people of varying shades.

Furthermore, the kings of ancient Ghana and the royal family may have been slaughtered, but it doesn’t mean they were the only Judeo-Syrian people in the land. If Jews from northern Africa migrated from the northern regions of Africa, then it wouldn’t just be the leadership who is Shemitic…the ordinary people would be Shemitic, as well.

In my opinion, groups like the Soninke who claim descent from the Middle East are indeed Shemitic people. Yes, if we are going off of text like the Ta’rikh al-Fauash, then the initial ancient Ghanaian dynasty was eliminated but it doesn’t mean every single Shemitic person was eliminated. I believe groups like the Soninke are indeed a Shemitic people, so they wiped out one dynasty and another group of leadership (they too were Shemitic) took its place sense the earliest documents the Soninke have always been a black people who are indeed Shemitic.

Besides, the Soninke are not the only group in Africa who claim descent from the Middle East, various scholars and oral traditions from Igbo, Yoruba, Ashanti, Juktun, Gikuyu, Bantu, and others we have listed on this website claim descent from the ancient Middle East. Their customs clear show diffusion, as well. It doesn’t negate the fact that other empires in Africa have been attributed to Israelites, as well.

Regarding Eldad’s account, his account clearly speaks of his people being nomadic so it makes perfect sense for their to be Israelite empires in the interior of Africa and thus the Falashas shouldn’t be the only Jews.

In another instance, we have shown on this website that Shemitic peoples have been on the West Coast of Africa before 70 A.D. and they arrived via sea and land. This means with groups like the Soninke and others, they were simply coming to areas in which their kin had already established themselves. There is an entire gap in Israelite historiography in which the 10 tribes were apparently “lost”. The most logical conclusion would be for these people to go to areas in which they are familiar with and we know from Scriptures that Israelites were familiar with Egypt and Ethiopia. It would make no sense for them to go further north because they weren’t familiar with those regions. Africa being filled with “Hebrewisms” is a clear sign of diffusion through a migratory pattern because peoples the Lemba in South Africa claim descent from coming from the “north” or the ancient near east, as well. Why do Bantu ethnic groups like the Zulu in southern Africa have Hebraic customs? Can one assert Islamic influence on them even though Islam didn’t severely penetrate that region of Africa? One cannot blame Islam alone for the reason why peoples in each corner of Africa claim descent from Israel, claim descent from the ancient near east, and/or have Hebraic and ANE customs because Islam did not severely penetrate into South Africa as it did West Africa.

More importantly, God’s Word clearly talks of Him preserving His people. I think it comes down to does one believe God’s Word and the evidence that points to it. If a group of people claim descent from the Middle East and their oral traditions align with that region, then it is unwise to dismiss their claims or to say their cultural customs is due to cultural diffusion because that means one is asserting the people themselves are lying when they say they come from the Middle East. We have also covered how even peoples who have been influenced by Islam have customs and oral traditions that don’t align with Islam yet still tie to the ANE which we can allude to is Judaism/Yahwehism. People will tell you who they are, you just have to believe them.

By Black History In The Bible

"And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not. Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me? He that is of God heareth God's words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God." - John 8:45-47

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