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Igbos: The Lost Tribes

Igbos: The Lost Tribes

Source: Igbo Jews of Nigeria (Shavei Israel) 2011 A.D. In Igboland / Negroland / The land of the Jews , West Africa you can find descendants Of Gad, Manasseh, Zebulon and other family's of the Northern Kingdom. Descendants of Eri Sometime in Middle East, famine struck and Jacob moved with his family and about 70 other relations to Egypt. But before then Joseph (which was 11th son of Jacob) had already been sold to Egypt by his brothers, where he was made Governor General under a King Pharaoh. As time goes on when the Pharaoh that knows Joseph died, they…
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In 1533 A.D. , It Was Noted That The Land of Jewery Was Filled With Brown and Swarthy People

In 1533 A.D. , It Was Noted That The Land of Jewery Was Filled With Brown and Swarthy People

Source: The rare and most vvonderfull things vvhich Edvv. VVebbe an Englishman borne, hath seene and passed in his troublesome trauailes in the cities of Ierusalem, Damasko, Bethlehem and Galely and in the landes of Iewrie, Egypt, Gracia, Russia, and Prester Iohn, vvherein is set forth his extreame slauery sustained many yeeres together in the gallies and warres of the great Turke, against the lands of Persia, Tartaria, Spaine, and Portugale. (Earth English Books) 1553 A.D. "time when Ioseph did lade home his brethrens Asses with corne, in the time of the great dearth mentioned in the scripture. At which…
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Some Tribes of Israel Were Known To Be In West Africa

Some Tribes of Israel Were Known To Be In West Africa

Source: Société Languedocienne de Géographie. Auteur du Texte - 1890 French (original) "Whydah (Fida, Hwedah, Ouida, Juda ou Ajuda) est une villeancienne, fréquentée depuis le xvi" siècle par les négriers portu-gais, qui lui donnèrent son nom. Ses habitants étaient dits les«Judalques», et on les considérait en effet comme un reste detribus dispersées d'Israël; au Nord, la rivière d'Allala, dont levrai nom est Efra, était devenue l'Euphrate pour les érudits." English (Translation) "Whydah (Fida, Hwedah, Ouida, Juda or Ajuda) is a city old, frequented since the sixteenth century by Portuguese slavers who gave it its name. Its inhabitants were said to…
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