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1930 Map of Jewish Communities All Over Africa

1930 Map of Jewish Communities All Over Africa

Source: The Lost Tribes A Myth Suggestions Towards Rewriting Hebrew History (Allen H Godbey) 1930 - pg. 266 This map shows the location of Jewish / Israelite communities scattered all over Africa.
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Ancient and Medieval Gao was Connected to North African Coastal Cities

Ancient and Medieval Gao was Connected to North African Coastal Cities

Source: Discovery of the earliest royal palace in Gao and its implications for the history of West Africa (Open Edition Journals) 2012 A.D. From the Discovery source, "The history of Gao has been reconstructed mainly on the basis of the two Tarikhs of Timbuktu. The early days of Gao, however, which were not described conscientiously in these Tarikhs, have been subjected to polemics in many respects. Our excavations in the archaeological sites of Gao Saney and Gao city since 2001 have provided new data that offer an original approach for rewriting the early history of Gao. According to these data, the archaeological site…
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“Living Sources” Should Not Be Overlooked-Jews Were Under Protection of The Moors In Timbuktu

“Living Sources” Should Not Be Overlooked-Jews Were Under Protection of The Moors In Timbuktu

Source: Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, & Africa: Middle East (Sage Publications) 2012 A.D. Note: Page 158 of the source. Note: Page 158 of the source. Note: Page 158 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. Note: Page 159 of the source. This source confirms the Jewish presence in all four corners of Africa.
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1820 A.D. – Yahoodie (Whydah) In West Africa is Reported to Be Inhabited By One of the Lost Tribes

1820 A.D. – Yahoodie (Whydah) In West Africa is Reported to Be Inhabited By One of the Lost Tribes

Source: An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa (Good Press) 1820 A.D. Note: From the source. This source confirms that Yahoodi means Jew and Yahooda means Judah. This source confirms that the tribe of Judah is on West Africa.
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Black Jews Along The Niger

Black Jews Along The Niger

Source: Zakhor (Jewish Virtual Library) 2008 A.D. From the source, " ZAKHOR (Heb. "Remember"), black Judaizing movement in Mali comprising around 1,000 people. It was founded in Timbuktu in 1993 by the Malian historian Ismael Daidé Haïdara, whose followers claim to be the offspring of Saharan Jews. In a manifesto published in 1996, the members of Zakhor recognize themselves as Jews and declare themselves to be descendants of the Jews of Touat. The Touat, the region at the limit of the Sahara in western Algeria, was, up to 1492, inhabited by Jews involved in trans-Saharan trade. At that time, Sheikh Abd…
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The Ibo Jews Descend From the Tribe of Gad, Zevulun, Menashe, Levitical Migrants, Judeans, and Asher

The Ibo Jews Descend From the Tribe of Gad, Zevulun, Menashe, Levitical Migrants, Judeans, and Asher

Source: Nigeria Virtual Jewish History Tour (Jewish Virtual Library) 2020 A.D. From the source, "According to oral traditions, the Ibo have resided in “Iboland,” a region of modern-day Nigeria, for over 1500 years. Before that, the tradition asserts that they were migrants from ancient Israel. There exist a number of theories that explain from whom the Ibo are descendant, and how they came to reside in Nigeria. One theory contends that the Ibo are the descendants of one of the lost tribes. Ibo Jews The Ibo of Benei Gath are said to have descended from Gath (Gad), the eighth son of Jacob. The…
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In 1898 A.D. , it was noted that Tuaregs (Berbers) Founded Timbuktu in the 5th Century A.D.

In 1898 A.D. , it was noted that Tuaregs (Berbers) Founded Timbuktu in the 5th Century A.D.

Source: The Earth and Its Inhabitants ...: West Africa (D. Appleton) 1898 A.D. Note: Page 29 of the source. Note: Page 175 of the source. Note: Page 267 of the source. Note: Page 303 of the source. Note: Page 410 of source. This source confirms that the Jews who were expelled from Portugal were indeed enslaved and distributed throughout the San-Miguel districts. The Sarakole (the Soninke) have been referred to as being Jews and the Mandinga are compared to them. Juda has been noted to be on the West Coast of Africa and enslaved peoples were taken from the region.…
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Ten Tribes of Israel are in Africa

Ten Tribes of Israel are in Africa

Source: Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora: Origins, Experiences, and Culture (ABC-CLIO, LLC) 2008 A.D. Note: Page 449 of the source. Note: Page 451 of the source. Note: Page 453 of the source. Note: Page 454 of the source. Note: Page 493 of the source. This source is powerful because it is a credible piece of Jewish literature that ties together many different elements of Israelites transitioning into the northern regions of Africa and then eventually into West Africa. Israel is literally scattered all-throughout Africa from Northeast Africa to West Africa to South Africa. Israel has been dispersed throughout Africa, especially…
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The Black Jews of Timbuktu (Mali)

The Black Jews of Timbuktu (Mali)

Source: Shavei.org (Shavei Israel) There are approximately 1,000 people with alleged Jewish roots in Timbuktu, Mali. They arrived in the 14th century fleeing persecution in Spain, and migrated south to the Timbuktu area, at that time part of the Songhai Empire. Among them was the Kehath (Ka’ti) family, descended from Ismael Jan Kot Al-yahudi of Scheida, Morocco. Sons of this prominent family founded three villages that still exist near Timbuktu—Kirshamba, Haybomo, and Kongougara. In 1492, Askia Muhammed came to power in the previously tolerant region of Timbuktu and decreed that Jews must convert to Islam or leave; Judaism became illegal…
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Map of Hebrew Migration Into Africa

Map of Hebrew Migration Into Africa

Source: From Babylon To Timbuktu One of the biggest deceptions about the "lost tribes" is that they migrated into the world and mixed into the nations. This is not true. All historical sources say that they fled into Africa. “The black Jews who migrated to the Sudan from the North converged with the Jews migrating from the eastern Sudan to the countries of the Niger River…There is much proof, and still much more to be revealed by scholars, that there existed prior to the slave trade and subsequent to it many tribes, colonies, and kingdoms in West Africa.” – Rudolf…
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