In 1665 A.D. A Portuguese Jew in Jamaica was Called A “Black Jew”

In 1665 A.D. A Portuguese Jew in Jamaica was Called A “Black Jew”

Source: Fascinating 'Malata Jue' Story in Marcus' New York  (The Detroit Jewish News) 1969 A.D. This newspaper story tells of a Jew from 1668 America. Solomon was listed as a "malata Jue". The source tells us that the Englishmen of that time period thought the Jews were dark-skinned. The source then tells us in 1665 that a "respectable Portuguese Jew" in Jamaica was called "a black Jew". The source tells us that F.L. Cardozo, a famous Jew in America during the Civil War time frame, was of Negro descent. The source also tells us that the term "mulatto" was occasionally…
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1969 – Henry Kissenger: The Igbo Are Wandering Jews

1969 – Henry Kissenger: The Igbo Are Wandering Jews

Source: U.S. State Department Online Archives - Henry Kissenger "Biafra (3, 000 sq. miles, 4-6 million). Colonel Ojukwu -- 35, British-trained, erstwhile playboy -- presides over the popular support and military morale of a people convinced that defeat means extinction. The Ibos are the wandering Jews of West Africa -- gifted, aggressive, Westernized; at best envied and resented, but mostly despised by the mass of their neighbors in the Federation. They have fought well (by African standards) against heavy odds; their cynical public relations use of the starvation has been brilliant." - Henry Kissenger, (Tuesday, January 28, 1969 Memorandum for…
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