Shem was Originally Black and Pleasing Until Revisions were Made

Source: Jews and Blacks in the Early Modern World (Cambridge University Press) 2004 A.D.

b
Note: Page 91 of the source.

h
Note: Page 91 of the source.

j
Note: Page 92 of the source.

h
Note: Page 182 of the source.

b
Note: Page 182 of the source.

j
Note: Page 183 of the source.

j
Note: Page 183 of the source.

j
Note: Page 184 of the source.

j
Note: Page 184 of the source.

d
Note: Page 184 of the source.

j
Note: Page 185 of the source.

d
Note: Page 185 of the source.

d
Note: Page 186 of the source.

r
Note: Page 186 of the source.

i
Note: Page 191 of the source.

This source is key because it clearly tells us that man has tampered with original manuscripts of certain text from the Middle Ages. Racist revisions have impacted the way people have viewed Israelites for generations which page 184 and 191 of the text explore. The rest of the pages primarily revolve around sources indicating Jews being black and Jewish blackness in the early modern world.

By Truth Ministries

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