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Nigerian Jews Spoke A Mixture of Maghrebian Arab, Ancient Hebrew and Local Patois

Nigerian Jews Spoke A Mixture of Maghrebian Arab, Ancient Hebrew and Local Patois

Source: Blacks Jews : The Religious Challenge or Politics Versus Religion (Cambridge University) - Page 235 "In Southern Nigeria the natives call Black Jews the strange people on the Emo Yo Quaim. They are called the B'nai Ephraim the sons of Ephraim. They claim that their ancestors came from Mo rocco and this is supported by Godbey who noted that their language is a mixture of Maghrebian Arab, ancient Hebrew and local patois: for example abu meaning father became y aba, umm for mother is close to the Hebrew word. These Emo Yo Quaim Jews live in the ondo district…
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1795: Negroes In Possession of Scriptures Europeans Didn’t Have

1795: Negroes In Possession of Scriptures Europeans Didn’t Have

[table id=6 /] [table id=1 /] This account describes Negroes being in possession of the first five books of Moses in Arabic, and also in possession of several other Biblical texts that Europeans didn't have. Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: Performed in the Years 1795, 1796, and 1797: Last journey, and life. Mungo Park Please Take A Moment To Share If you enjoyed this study, please take a moment to click the button below and share it. Thanks in advance. [fblike] [table id=2 /] [table id=10 /] [table id=7 /]
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Kumbaya (Kum-Ba-Yah): Did Black Slaves Sing Songs In Hebrew?

Kumbaya (Kum-Ba-Yah): Did Black Slaves Sing Songs In Hebrew?

Many of us have heard and even sang Kumbaya at some point in our lives, but most people aren't aware of the origin of the song or the meaning of the words. When I was in elementary school, we were told that it meant "come by here", and that's what myself and many others have believed for a long time. Did you know that that Kumbaya (Kum-ba-yah) is a Hebrew sentence?Did you know that it was sang in Gullah, which is a Hebrew word? The History of Kumbaya (Kum-Ba-Yah) According to history, the song was first recorded in the early…
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