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BLACK ARABIA AND THE BIBLE | UNSPOKEN DOCUMENTARY | PART 2

BLACK ARABIA AND THE BIBLE | UNSPOKEN DOCUMENTARY | PART 2

As we continue our geographical walk through the Bible and read references to the skin color of those people, we find that Arabia did not look as it is depicted today. Lets see if the historical narrative lines up with the narrative we were indoctrinated with by some denominations of Christianity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgaoAGYsnZE Support This Ministry Cashapp: $BHITBPatreonGet Your Copy of UndeniableJudah 2 – OnyxRoyal Judah – GoldRoyal Judah – PlatinumUndeniable Please Visit Our Sponsor Bible Chapters Genesis 14Genesis 24Genesis 25Genesis 27Genesis 28Genesis 29Genesis 46Ezekiel 27 Sources Middle East MapSub-Saharan Africa MapIshmael's Children MapKedar Name MeaningKedar Name MeaningKedar Name MeaningSong of…
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Ancient Ghana was Founded By Jews-Jewish Migrants in West Africa Must have Arrived From Cyrenaica After 117 A.D. Which is Supported By a Mauritanian Moor

Ancient Ghana was Founded By Jews-Jewish Migrants in West Africa Must have Arrived From Cyrenaica After 117 A.D. Which is Supported By a Mauritanian Moor

Source: Negroland Revisited: Discovery and Invention of the Sudanese Middle Age (Academia Scientiarum Fennica) 2000 A.D. Note: Page 506 of the source. Note: Page 506 of the source. Note: Page 506 of the source. Note: Page 508 of the source. Note: Page 509 of the source. Note: Page 509 of the source. Note: Page 510 of the source. Note: Page 510 of the source. Note: Page 510 of the source. Note: Page 511 of the source. Note: Page 511 of the source. Note: Page 512 of the source. Note: Page 512 of the source. Note: Page 513 of the source.…
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Historiography and Methods of African History

Historiography and Methods of African History

Source: Historiography and Methods of African History (Oxford Bibliographies) 2012 A.D. From the source, " Introduction The study of African history as an independent and autonomous focus of scholarship is a recent development. Until the late colonial period, it was widely believed among Western historians that Africa, south of the Sahara, had no “civilization” and thus no history. Others insisted that even if there were events of a historical nature, such a history was unknown and unknowable, since African societies, for the most part, were nonliterate and as such left no records that historians could study. The era of decolonization…
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Sub-Saharan DNA Related to Phoenicians

Sub-Saharan DNA Related to Phoenicians

Source: Population history of the Sardinian people inferred from whole-genome sequencing (bioRxiv) 2016 A.D. From the source, "The ADMIXTURE and PCA analyses above (Figure 4) suggest that Sardinian samples, such as those outside of Ogliastra, may show some evidence of admixture with mainland sources, consistent with previous reports (Moorjani et al. 2011, Loh et al. 2013, Hellenthal et al. 2014). For example, Cagliari individuals demonstrated ~7% of a non-Sardinian (“purple”) component that is found in substantial fraction among extant individuals from Southern Europe, Middle East, Caucasus, and North Africa. To assess this in detail we used the f3-test for admixture (Patterson et…
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In The Ancient Mediterranean World, there is “no Sub-Saharan” Africa

In The Ancient Mediterranean World, there is “no Sub-Saharan” Africa

Source: Herodotus on Ancient Africa: There is no Sub-Saharan (Study of Antiquity and the Middle Ages) 2020 A.D. This source provides an in-depth analysis of how the term "sub-Saharan" Africa can be a modern term that is racist and contradicts ancient sources. This source also explains how Egypt was indeed a part of Africa and that "white" people technically didn't exist in Egypt, but black peoples did. Ancient Egypt's orientation (Upper Egypt was actually the southern region of the empire while Lower Egypt was actually the northern part of the empire) was directed toward the Nile and the south in…
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Phoenician Civilization Spread From the Northern Regions of Africa Through The Sahara

Phoenician Civilization Spread From the Northern Regions of Africa Through The Sahara

Source: The Dying and rising god in the New Year festival of Ife (Ancient Kingdoms of West Africa: African-Centred and Canaanite-Israelite Perspectives) 2004 A.D. Note: Page 343 of the source. Note: Page 344 of the source. Note: Page 344 of the source. Note: Page 345 of the source. Note: Page 345 of the source. Note: Page 346 of the source. Note: Page 346 of the source. Note: Page 347 of the source. Note: Page 347 of the source. Note: Page 348 of the source. Note: Page 349 of the source. Note: Page 350 of the source. Note: Page 350 of…
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In 1829 A.D. , the Sarankali (Soninke) were Said to Be Persians

In 1829 A.D. , the Sarankali (Soninke) were Said to Be Persians

Source: Journal of a second expedition into the interior of Africa, from the Bight of Benin to Soccatoo (London : J. Murray) 1829 A.D. Note: Page 337 of the source. This source confirms yet again that peoples who come from the Middle East and Jews are located in Africa. The Soninke (Sarankali) formerly had control over the Malee territory. This source confirms that Jews arrived in West Africa in successive ways at different times and that Jews moved frequently (geographic mobility).
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The Akan of West Africa are Believed to have origins in the Middle East

The Akan of West Africa are Believed to have origins in the Middle East

Source: Deities of the Akan Religion (Encyclopedia) 2021 A.D. From the source, "Akan Religion. The Akan speak the Twi language and trace back their history in West Africa some nine hundred years. They are believed to have origins in the Middle East—as the Akkadian people of Babylon. The name Akan is believed to be a corruption of Akkane or Akkana. In 1076 the Almoravids drove the Akans from their ancient home in the Empire of Ghana to their current West African locations in the modern nation of Ghana and adjacent areas of Côte d’Ivoire and Togo." This source confirms yet again the notion that…
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Yoruba Culture (Ife) have Key Ancient Near East Aspects

Yoruba Culture (Ife) have Key Ancient Near East Aspects

Source: Preservation of the Canaanite Creation Culture in Ife (Between Resistance and Expansion: Dimensions of Local Vitality in Africa) 2004 A.D. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 126 of the source. Note: Page 126 of the source. Note: Page 127 of the source. Note: Page 127 of the source. Note: Page 129 of the source. Note: Page 129 of the source. Note: Page 130 of the source. Note: Page 131 of the source. Note: Page 132 of the source. Note: Page 132 of the source. Note: Page 132 of the source. Note:…
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Reconstructing the Ancient Black Presence In The Northern Regions of Africa and The Ancient Near East (ANE)

Reconstructing the Ancient Black Presence In The Northern Regions of Africa and The Ancient Near East (ANE)

The reason why I try to gain so many pieces of evidence that tell of the Moors, Arabs, ancient bloodline Jews/Israelites, Berbers, Egyptians, Numidians, Garamantes, Imazighen, the Nabit people, and other groups having a consistent black presence in ancient and medieval time periods is for several reasons. To begin, some Eurocentric scholars and historians believe the only reason why black people are in the northern regions of Africa and in Arabia is due to the Arab Slave Trade (even though millions of white people were taken captive and shipped to these areas over several centuries, as well). Furthermore, I want…
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