A Large Community of Black Jews Lived In Dahomey After WWI

A Large Community of Black Jews Lived In Dahomey After WWI

Source: Blacks Jews The Religious Challenge (Cambridge University Press) 1987, pg. 232 "Closer to our time Dr. J. Krepel noted some time after the First World War, that a large community of Black Jews existed in the interior of Dahomey. These Jews had the five books of Moses written on old parchment in Hebrew."
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1862 – 1,000 Slaves Collected At Whydah – Parliamentary Papers

1862 – 1,000 Slaves Collected At Whydah – Parliamentary Papers

Source: Parliamentary Papers (Great Britain Parliament House of Commons) 1862 AD - pg. 5 "With regard to the Slave Trade in the Bights, I have heard that, subsequent to the taking of Porto Novo, the King of Dahomey had collected 1,000 slaves at Whydah: that part of the station has, however, been vigilantly watched by our cruizers, and with the exception of a vessel which escaped with a cargo of slaves from the neighbourhood of Whydah in April last, I have not heard of any slaves having been carried away from the Bights of Benin and Biafra.
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In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

Source: Hybrid Hate, Conflations of Antisemitism & Anti-Black Racism from the Renaissance to the Third Reich (Oxford University Press) 2020 A.D. From the source, " Blacks and Jews in the Western Imaginaire Attempts to account for human difference almost always positioned blacks and Jews outside the normative human frame, as we have seen in the case of Bruno, Vanini, La Peyrère, Kames, Voltaire, and many others, and this fact forms part of the etiology of the sickness of anti-black racism and Jew hatred. As far as blacks were concerned, color itself, the most obvious of human differences, played a major…
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In 1814 A.D. , it was Noted that the Language of the Jews, Greeks, and Romans Could Be Found in the Congo

In 1814 A.D. , it was Noted that the Language of the Jews, Greeks, and Romans Could Be Found in the Congo

Source: A general collection of ... voyages and travels, digested by J. Pinkerton, Volume 16 (Oxford University) 1814 A.D. Note: Page 590 of the source. Note: Page 592 to 593 of the source. Note: Page 593 of the source. The fact that Hebrew, Greek, and Latin connections all show potentially show the migration of Shemitic and Hamitic peoples from Arabia all the way to the Congo and other places in Africa. Remember, Israelites spoke Greek and Latin, at least those who lived amongst the Greeks and Romans, so it makes sense why we find those languages in Africa because this…
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15th Century Leo Africanus’ Commentary About Jews in Africa

15th Century Leo Africanus’ Commentary About Jews in Africa

Source: Genetics, Mass Media and Identity: A Case Study of the Genetic Research on the Lemba (Routledge) 2006 A.D. Note: Page 46 of the source. Note: Page 46 of the source. Note: Page 47 of the source. Note: Page 88 of the source. On pages 45 through 47, John Pory, the translater of the English edition of Leo Africanus' Description of Africa, noted that the land of the Hebrews was under the equinoctial or equator between Abassin and Congo. Page 88 and 46 of the book names the Ashanti, Hausa, Zulu, Masai, Xhosa, Hottentots, Tutsis, Ashanti, Lemba, Yoruba, and Buganda…
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Sun Worship Amongst African Amazons

Sun Worship Amongst African Amazons

Source: The Amazons: Chapter VII: Amazons of Africa (Sacred Texts) 1910 A.D. From the African Amazon chapter of the source, "DIODORUS SICULUS, quoting Dionysius the historian, says that there was a prodigious race of Amazons who rose, flourished exceedingly, and disappeared long before the Trojan War--so long before, indeed, that their renown had been obscured by the newer glory of the Amazons of the Pontus. The more ancient race had its origin in Libya, that Africa which lay between Egypt and Ethiopia on the east, the Atlantic on the west, bounded on the north by the classic strip of Mediterranean…
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