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El-Kahina’s Ancestry and Descendants are Associated with the Himyarites, Berbers, and Djeraua

El-Kahina’s Ancestry and Descendants are Associated with the Himyarites, Berbers, and Djeraua

Source: African Zion: Studies in Black Judaism (Cambridge Scholars Publishing) 2012 A.D. Note: Page 196 of the source. Note: Page 197 of the source. Note: Page 197 of the source. This source gives some keen insight onto the origins and ethnicity of El-Kahina that confirms what we already know about her. Other sources on this website have noted that she was black/dark-skinned, she had a mass of hair (dreadlocks that were bunched up or an Afro), and she was an African nationalist. We have noted elsewhere on this website how the Himyarites were described as being Ethiopians/Cushaeans and Berbers came…
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Dario Miccoli and Marcella Simoni, Two Lecturers in Modern Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Stated That Some 15th Century A.D. Geographers Labeled The Coast Near Loango as The ‘Gulf of the Jews’

Dario Miccoli and Marcella Simoni, Two Lecturers in Modern Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Stated That Some 15th Century A.D. Geographers Labeled The Coast Near Loango as The ‘Gulf of the Jews’

Source: Homelands and Diaspora: Perspectives on Jewish Culture in the Mediterranean and Beyond (Cambridge Scholars Publishing) 2018 A.D. Note: Page 6 of the source. Note: Page 9 of the source. Note: Page 10 of the source. This source speaks to the Jewish presence on the West Coast of Africa.
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